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RUTLAND DIRECTORY 



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RUTLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY 



Rutland Directory 1889-1890 



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FIRE IS1AIE COMPANY 



IS THE ■ 



ONLY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY 



WITH ITS ■ 



?8M«m'OrooB In Rotund. 

It does business under a Special Charter granted by the Legislature of 

Vermont, 

IT IS A PURELY STOCK COMPANY. NO PREMIUM 'NOTE S 
REQUIRED. 

HOME OFFICE, 

CLEMENT BUILDING, 

Rutland, Vermont. 



OFFICERS. 

Hon. L. W. REDINGTON, President. 

Dii. JOHN A. MEAD, Vice-President. 

HENRY O. EDSON, Treasurer. 

J. R. HOADLEY, Secretary. 

L. G. EAGLET, General Agent. 



DIRECTORS- 



Hon, L. W. Redington, 
Hon. Cyrus Jennings. 

Col. John A. Sheldon, 
Dr. Cbas. A. Gale, 
F. M. Butler, 



Dr. John A, Mead. 
Hon. Joel 0. Baker, 
Henry O. Edson, 
Judge Tbos. C. Bobbins, 
George H. Verder, 



J. R. Hoadley, 



Dr. J, B. Rand, 
A. H. Tuttle, 



M. Quinn. 




JOHN N, WOODl'IN, Pres. 

R. BARRETT, Treas. 



W. A. PATRICK, Supt. 

C. G. ROSS, Asat. Supt. 



^LlINGOLN x Il^ON xG50f^S/i* 




.MAM 1 1- \OUKlil(£ OK- 



itaCfllflE^Y 



-FOR WOKKIKC --1NIJ HAM1LNG — 



Marble. Stone and Wood, 



— WANUFACTUKEinS OF THE — 



PATRICK GUAGE LATHE, 

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Shafting, Pulleys and Gearing, 



♦ RUBBING « BEDS* 



A SPECIALTY. 



-f-OFKIOE AND WORKS,* 

NO. 402 WEST STREET, 

FJUTFIiAND, UeEJMONJF. 

Illustrated Catalogue on application. 



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fSTEAMSTONE"CUnER 'COMPANY; 

Solo Proprietors and Manufacturers of the 

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For cutting Stone in Various sizes and dimensions in all kinds of quarries. 
Theso machines are extensively used in various parts of tlie coun- 
try, and are the greatest 

LABOR SAVISG MACHINES OF THE AGE. 
JOHN W. CRAMTON, President. GEO. E. HOYCE, Treasurer. 

GEO. B. ROYCE, Secrelary. GEO. J. WARDWELL, Supt. 

OFFICE AND SHOPS, 

lOO -SATIEST STI^SET, 
RUTLAND, VT. 



HARRIS MANUFACTURING CO. 

JUEL H. IIAltKIS, Pros. oil AS. P. RABBIS, Troas. 

FURNACE STREET, RUTLAND, VERMONT. 

DOOR, SASH m BUI FACTORY, 

LUMBER YARD, 

SAW AID PLAIDS MILLS. 

Dimension Spruce, Shingles, Lath, Clapboards. FLOORING: Pine, Ash and Oak. 

CABINET, STAIR, CORNICE AND PIAZZA WORK. 
Hotise, Store, Mill and Church Woodwork, 

School Scats and Desks, Church Pews and Pulpits, Irvine's Waterproof Building Papers, 

ALSO MANUFACTURERS Op 

CANE AND WOOD -SEAT CHAIRS, 

Chair Boards, Backs, Stretchers, 
JIGGERED m TURNED STOCK 



Harris Manufacturing Co., Proprietors of the 

RUTLAND FOUNDRY 

And Machine Shop Co. 

CHAS. JOHNSON, Superintendent, Practical Machinist. 

Builders of all kinds of Iron, Stone and Wood- Working 

MACHINERY 

FO H 

TOBDE, g^W f Tip ffifljSP JflIMij5. 



■SI'ElCI-W, attention to 



Repairs on Engines and Rapid Running Machinery. 

Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Piping, Back Knife Lathes, Drag Saws, Hoisting Pow- 
ers, Stone- working Machinery aud Elevators a SPECIALTY. 



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The Rutland Bazaar, 

Opposite the Depot, RUTLAND, VT. 

One of the most attractive Stores in liutland. Goods all First Quality, 
and at Lower Prices than the same can be found olse where. 

Slegant French Shina, Paneg ©roekery, 
Dinner §e?g, ^Fea <i@tg, 

Crystals and Fancy Slasses, 

LAMPS, * STATUARY, # PICTURES, 

•»■ elEWELFJY, SIIiVSI? lOfi^E, <* 

And many Useful and Ornamental Articles. 
This Store is the same as was formerly occupied by the Boston 99 Ot. Store. 

MERCURE & CO., Proprietory 



E. D. KEYES, 



C. O. PERKINS, 



E E, KEYES. 



WHOLESALE 



E. D. KEYES & CO. 



GROCERS 



AND RETAIL 



■ AKD DttALUKS IN 



West India Goods, Provisions, Teas, Flour, 
Grain and Kerosene Oil. 



agents rem THE C£LEI3 rated 



' Charm of the West ' and ' Daisy ' 

CHEWINC TOBACCO. . 



Cor. Evelyn St, and Depot Sq, 



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RUTLAND, VERMONT. 



'THE POLICY 



LIFE INSURANCE CO. 



Comhines Qualities which Make it 

The Most Desirable Contract Ever Written. 

(rt) All Profits to Policy-holders. 
(b) Dividends cannot bo forfeited. 
(c) Dividends at end of first year. 
(d) Dividends annually thereafter. 
(e) Dividends payable in cash. 

(/) Dividends purchase additional insurance. 
(g) Dividends protect policies in case of death. 
(A) A liberal contract. 

(i) Residence, travel and occupation unrestricted. 
0") Policies incontestable after two years. 

(A) Immediate settlement of claims. 

Those desiring more insurance will find it to their 
advantage to call on or address 

STOCKWELL BROS., State Agts., 

Clement Building, - - RUTLAND, VERMONT 



A. C. HATES. 



II. M. BATES. 



-*#A. C. BATES & SON,*- 



wlTOI.GSAI.lt AHU RETAIL DHALEBS IN 



Builders' + and t Saddlery t Hardware, 

Wagon Woods, Wagon Wheels. 

Axles, Springs, Bolts, Malleable Iron, Leather, 

Rubber, Main and Cotton Belting, 

Circular and Mill Saws. 

A FULL LINE OF TRUNKS, TRAVELING BASS, 4c. 

Single and Double Harness, Horse Boots and Horse Clothing, Paints, Oils and Glass. 
Sole Agents for Queen Anne in Oil and Paste. 



Bates Block, 46 & 48 Center St., 



RUTLAND, VERMONT, 



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I,. Go KINGSUBY, 

Ripley's Marble Block, 
IR. TJ T Xj A. TsT 3D 9 VERMONT 



■ DEALER IN - 



I1ION, STEEL, FUSE, POWDER, NAILS, MANILLA CORD- 
AGE, TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY, TOOLS, 
GLASS, PAINTS, LEAD, OILS, VARNISHES, 




FURNITURE 




HIGH PARLOR FURNITURE, 

MIRRORS, CENTER TABLES, 

EXTENSION TABLES, MATTRESSES, ( 

SPRING BEDS, CHAMBER SETS, CARPETS, 

OILCLOTHS, 

COFFINS, GASKETS, METALLIC BURIAL GASES, ETC. 

AGENT FOB 

Howe's * Stanftarft * Scales * at * Manufacturers' * Prices. 

•5-aniXjTonsr * paintsi^ 

" You ask my opinion in regard to the Chilton Paints. In my long 
and varied experience, I have no hesitation in saying that they are superior 
to any paints I have ever used. Tested beside, pure lead and oil, they show 
it wearing quality far superior, and retain their gloss much longer. They 
How freely under the brush, leaving a smooth and glossy surface. Their 
covering qualities are unsurpassed, and altogether I should recommend 
them in preference to any other. If first cost should seem to be an ohjec- 
tion to their use, you have only to take into consideration that a gal Ion 
covers more surface than other paints. If my experience and testimony 
are worth anything to you, you are at liberty to use them as you like. 

Yours truly, 

J. F. ESTABROOK, 
Foreman Painting Department, Howe Scale Company. 












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EMBRACING TUB RESIDENTS OK THE TOWNSHIPS OK 



Jutland,* lest ♦ Jutland and *f rector, 



A NEW COLORED MAP OF RUTLAND VILLAGE 

AND A BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF 

BRANDON, FAIR HAYEN 

AND CASTLETON. 



R, S. DILLON & CO, Compilers. 



Rutland Directory 1889-1890 



VOL. IX, -ESTABLISHED 18 YEARS. 



RUTLAND : 

The Tuttle Company, Pvrlisiiers, 

Stationers and Okficial Printers to the State ok Vermont. 

1889. 



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AITCHISON 




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& CONNOR, 



Sere you can find the finest and most complete line of Drugs, Medi- 
cines, Chemicals and Druggists' Sundries. 

The Largest and Best Selected stock of 

HANDKERCHIEF EXTRACTS 

to be found in the city. 
Elegant Bath Sponges, Combs, Brushes, Toilet Soaps and Waters, 
Cutlery, Pocket Books, Purses and 

-_3~ r A H C Y GOODS OF ALL KINDS.= — 
Imported, Key West and Domestic Cigars. 
SPECIAL ATOXM'TION TO f E2SC3IPTIOKT TWCIKK. 

AITCHISOH &.COHHOB. 



HENRY O. EDSOgy, 

(Successor to M. & H, O. EDSON.) 



DEALER IN 







...$« 



6 LUMBER, 

DOORS, 

Sash Minis, 

GLASS, 

PAINTS. 

Also, Nails, Lime, Hair, etc., etc. WodcI of all Kinds. 
45 West St .. - - ■ - - RUTLAND, VT. 



THE RUTLAND DIRECTORY. 



G. F, NORTH, 

STATE MANAGER. 



ITMLIFEIS.CO. 



26J MERCHANTS ROW. 

TELEPHONE. 



Streets and Avenues in Rutland. 



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Allen street runs east from South Main near fair grounds 
Baxter street runs north from 102 West street to Oak street 
Brown street nms south from 21 Franklin street to South st 
Burnham avenue rims east from 44 Elm street to No Main st" 
Center street runs from Merchants Row (opp. Bates House) 

east to So. Main street. 
Cherry street rims from 32 Franklin street, northwest to 29 

forest street. 
Chestnut avenue runs from Williams street, north to Garden 
Church street runs north from 32 West street to North street 
Cleveland avenue runs from 56 State to Mineral. 
Clinton avenue runs east from No. Main street to Davis street 
Convent street rims west from 76 Forest street to Meadow 
Cottage street rims north from 44 West street to Williams 

Court street rims north from Washington street to West st 

Court Square runs from West street south and east to South 
Mam. 

Cramton avenue runs from West street (below Columbian 
Marble Co.), in a northerly direction. 

Crescent street rnns east from SO Grove street to No. Main 

Dam street runs north from 16 Temple to Clinton street. 

Last street runs north from Jackson street to Woodstock ave. 

Ldson street runs south from West street to Willow street 

Elm street runs north from 28 West street to Kendall ave. 

Lngrem avenue runs east from South Main street (near Brock 
House) to East street. 

Evelyn street runs from Merchants Row to West street. 

Evergreen street runs from 86 State, north. 

Fifth avenue, a small lane running north. from Union street, 
west side of Mansfield & Stimson's foundry. 

■torest street runs south from 91 West street to Park street. 



FAIRGHILD'S GOLD PENS 

ARE THE REST. 



They are for tale only at 

THE TUTTLE CO/8, 



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Diamonds, WafoheS # Jeraelrg. 



— AGENTS FOR - 




ROCKFORD QUICK-TRAIN 
RAILROAD WATCHES. 

Other makes at 

LOWEST PRICES, 

Spectacles, Guns, Revolvers, 
Cartridges, etc. 

Engraving and Fine Wateli Re- 
pairing a Specialty. 



ItTo. 3.T 3i*£ei cheA ts Eo'w, 



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RUTLAND, 



VERMONT. 







MM ORCHESTRA 

Alexander Rielle, Leader, 

MUS3C FURNISHED FOK 

Ms, Private Parties and Dramatic 
ENTERTAINMENTS. 

Any number of pieces fur- 
nished. None but First Class 
Musicians employed. 

Residence, 32 Union St., RUTXAN l>, 
Vermont. 



W . J . DOLAN, 

CfrG-3 

riito Sa<j.& Rut* ©ream Titxta-r. 




Diamond Dyes in All Colors. * 

>VES, ALLSPICE of all kinda. 

RUTLAND YT. 



r ; »t PEPPER, CIMAMOK, CLOVES, ALLSPICE_of aUlrbda. 

\j "Street, 



BAKER'S BLOCK : 



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^Term Policy, PreinioDi [or 



20, $11.09^ 



Franklin street runs west from the termination of Furnace 

street to 86 Forest street. 
Furnace street rims south from Union street to Franklin. 
Garden street runs east from Grove street, near Mrs. Baxter's 

to Church street. 
Gibson avenue runs east from south end of Forest street to 

Granger street. 
Granger street runs south from Franklin street to Park street 
Grant avenue runs east from Elm street to Nichols street. 
Green street runs east from 53 South Main to village line 
Grove street runs north from 50 "West beyond the village line 
Harrington avenue runs from the reservoir to Stratton road 
Harrison avenue runs from 18 Mineral street to Park avenue 
High street runs east from 82 North Main street. 
Hopkins street runs west from 74 South Main to Strong ave. 
Howe street runs southeast from Forest street to Franklin st 
Jackson street runs east from 67 South Main street. 
Kendall avenue runs West from 53 North Main street to 

Church street. 
Kingsley avenue, second street north of Kendall avenue; 

runs from North Main to Church street. 
Lafayette street runs north from 54 Green to Woodstock ave. 
Lincoln avenue runs north from 16 West street to Grant ave 
Madison street runs west from 54 South Main to Strong ave 
Mam street crosses the top of Center street. It is numbered 
north and south from West street, and traverses the 
village from its northern limits. The divisions are 
shown m the map as South Main street and North 
Main street. 
Maple street runs west from 47 Grove street to Baxter street 
Meadow street runs south from 139 West street to South st 
Merchants Row runs south from West street, opposite Grove 

to Washington street. 
Mill Village {not shown in map) is the section of North Main 

street that runs beyond the village limit 
Mineral street runs west from 53 Pine to Baxter street. 
JNickwaekett street runs south from 92 Center street to 

Washington. 
Nichols street runs north from 10 West street to Kendall ave 
JSorth Main street runs from head of West street, north to 
village line. 



I 21JlfIffl < 2fflffl? s? ^^ THE TUTTLE CO., 

IWTHB LOWEST POSSIBLE PBIOI.^1 U „„,, l3 ^.t'r St. 



THE RUTLAND DIRECTORY, 



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Davis' S^eam Iiaundi^y. 

E. S. DAVIS, JPeopiiiB'fcm, 

Shirts Collars and Cuffs Laundried eq.ua! to new. 

LAUNMYING OF LACE CURTAINS 

A. SPECIALTY. 
Work ail First Class, and Called for and Delivered. 

314 Merchants Row, - RUTLAND, VERMONT. 



CJW. 6. TOWNSEP, «*- 



HEALER IN 



furniture, leathers, Mattresses, 

Curtains and Fixtures, Upholstering, Children's Carriages, Etc. 

as (gEMiDE^ s^beib, RljmLiAND, IM. 

HEAP^Y GPP. BE^WIG^ tjOUSE, A \° * urii1 "-^ X 



CHARLES E. ROSS, 



DF.AI.It.K IN FOREIGN ANU IK'JM.KSTlC 



DRY GOODS, CLD0KS, SHAWLS, 

Fancy Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions, etc. 

Ladies' and Children's Muslin Underwear. 

Agent for Butterick's Celebrated Patterns. 

GlGHMIB * E?AFHENHi # FlJIUFING + Shi^t. 

FOSTER KID GLOVES. 
Opera House Block, 



RUTLAND, VERMONT, 



G. F. NORTH, 

STATE MANASEK, 



fflALIFEIS.CO JMamin 



telei'iiom:. 



North street runs from north end of Grove street to North 
Main street. 

Noyce avenue runs north from 32 State. 

Oak street runs west from 95 Grove street to Baxter. 

Park avenue runs west from Grove street (opposite Mrs. Bax- 
ter's residence) to Baxter. 

Bark street runs west from South Main, near fair grounds. 

Pearl street runs north from 9 Crescent street to North street. 

Bine street runs north from "West street to Park avenue. 

Plain street runs east from 165 Forest. 

Pleasant street runs south from 28 Washington to Madison st. 

Post street runs south from 45 River street to South street. 

Prospect street runs south from 22 Washington street to 



Sir on 



g avenue. 

River street runs west from 20 Strong avenue to the Don- 
bridge. 

Roberts avenue, first btreet north of Kendall avenue runs 
from No. Main to Church street. 

Bobbins street runs west from 35 Bine street to Baxter street. 

Royee street runs west from (JO South Main street to 24 
Strong avenue. 

School street runs west from 38 Forest to Meadow street. 

South Main street nms from head of West, south to village 
line. 

South street crosses Forest street east and west. 

Spruce street runs south from 53 River street to Plain street. 

State street runs west from 21 Grove street and forms a junc- 
tion with West street near Center Rutland. 

Stratton road, east of village, runs south from Woodstock ave 
to Allen St. 

Strongs avenue rims from the southern terminus of Merchants 
Row at "Washington street to South Main (near fair 
ground). 

Summer street runs north from 6 State street to Maple street. 

Temple street runs east from 54 North Main street. 

Ten-ill street runs east from Wo. 1 South Main street. 

Travers place runs east from 7 Meadow. 

Union street runs west from Evelyn street to 38 Forest street. 

Wales street runs south from West street (opposite Church 
street) to Strong avenue. 



Fine St a tioner y In a " ^^^u^t^co" - 



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DUNN fc CftAMTON, 



Headquarters for 

Stoves, Ranges, lot Air Furnaces, 

HOT WATER AND STEAM HEATERS, 

TIN, COPPER « SHEET IRON WARE, 

Ormillv anil ignis Iron Ware, 

Lead mid Iron Pipe and Fittings, Plumbers' and Steam Brass Goods, 

Iron and Wood Pumps, lief rigerators, Water Coolers, 

White Mountain Tee Cream Freezers, 

OIL AND GASOLINE STOVES. 

Barb and Plain Fence Wire, Poultry Netting, Window Screen and all 
Grades of Wire Cloth. 

STREET ^"STABLE LANTERNS, 

— CHANGING LAM PS, 3* — 

C-A.m'ET S ^A7" E E IT? IE IR, s 3 

BROOMS, BRUSHES, ETC, 
LONGMAN & MARTINEZ'S 

gUI^E x gr^EPAI^ED x E?AINTS. 

14 & 16 Merchants Row, RUTLAND, VT. 



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THE RUTLAND DIRECTORS. 



— ija—. The ■**"» Llfe - Busing .. 

Washington street run a east from Merchants Row (opposite 

Town Hall), to Lafayette street 
Watkins avenue runs north from 177 West street. 
West street runs from No. 1 North Main street west to Center 

Rutland. 
Willard avenue, State street e;ist of Street Kail way stable, 

north to Mineral street. 
Williams street runs from 34 Grove street to No. Main street. 
Willow street runs west from 14 Wales street to Edson street. 
Wood avenue runs west from 73 Church. 
Woodstock avenue runs from 30 North Main street to the 

eastern limit of the village, (known as the old Rutland 

and Stock bridge turnpike. 




it sfpEf iiiii mitt. 



ffl. McKEOGH, Superintendent. 



OFFICE, STATE STREET. 



J. N. WOODFIN, 

President. 



A. H. TUTTLE. 



Treasurer. 



BELT LINE— Oars run even bonis from Bates House, comer of Center- 
Street and Merchants How, through Center, Wales, Washington, Main, 
Crescent ali d drove streets. 

MAIN LINE — Cars run even hours, from Bates House corner, to Cen- 
ter and West Rutland, by way of Merchants Row, Grove Street, State Street, 
into West Street, and continuing to Center and West Rutland on highway. 

Also, branch from Bates House to Fair Grounds, through Merchants 
Row and Strongs Avenue to South Main Street. 






Two Dollars m 



■ lue/kal-eiiu res. Best in tlie World for fta Price, 

THE TtTTTLE GO. 



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HAMER'S 



PERFECT WASHER. 




In Rutland. 

George E, Royce, 

V. W. Whitcomb, 

Mrs, A. R. Howard, 

Mrs.R. M. Spaulding, 

Sisters of St. Joseph* 

Mrs. L. H. Roberts. 

W. H, Lester. 
James Simpson. 

William F. Hurdilt, 
C. E. Weatherly,, 
S. A, Brock) 
Charles Bennett, 
Mrs. John Cain, 
Mrs. J. C. Dunn, 
Mrs. Charles Howe, 
Moses Hay ward* 

Order one brought to you 
time it takes bv hanb\ and ifi 
pier^ buy it. If not, order it 



Rev. V>, It, Lowell, 
W. H, H. Fisher, 
T. F\ Lynch, 
John S. Emery, 
C, A. Rowelk 
Jesse Billings, 
JLdgar Davis, 
Sidney \V. Curtis, 
A. D h Slack, \ 
Globe Hotel, 
M. L, Faulkner, 
P. F. Vosc, 
Mrs. Edward Fenn, 
Mrs, G. M. Raker, 

Dr. J. D. I l.i n:vih ;'::■:. 
R. Heyman, 
Rev. N. Proulx, 
W r H. Valk]uette» 



REMEMBER: 

It Wastes Everything Perfectly 
Clean — "Wristbands, Collars, Cuffs, 
Etc. 
SEEING heavily lined with zinc, will 
keep the heat so that it is unneces- 
sary to boil your wash on the stove if 
hot water is used for rinso. You can 
wash beautifully white in one- third 
the usual time and with one- fourth 
the labor, and with no hand rubbing. 
Investigate and have your washing 
done free. Any one can operate it. No 
one can afford to be without one. 

OVER 1400 SOLD 

in North Adams, Mass., in two years' 
time. 

Thoroughly tested and purchased by 
the following out of over 200 sold In the 
vicinity of Rutland : 

A . H fines. 



Mrs. 

F. O. Duff, 
A. 1), Edson, 
J. W. Fisher, 
Tim. Hurley, 
Cliiis. E. Cleveland. 
E. C. Stevens, 
Fayette Vaugfaan. 

In Fair Haven. 
E. W. Jones, 
Mr. Mead. 

In Brandon. 

Charles W. Brings, 
Frank Sanderson, 
Douglas Hiaise, etc., etc. 



r house, and if it does the dirtiest washing in one-third the 
t saves health, clothes, time, patience, aud makes home hap- 
returned. 



Q. W. STANTON, Gen'l Agt. 



Office in Dunn & Cramlon'g Store, Merchants How. 

and Saturdays. 



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G. F. NORTH, OTA LIFE INS CD 26JHERCHA1ITSR0W. 

STATE UIANAGEK, lULua. Ull JJ 111IJ. UU., TRI.KI-HONK. 



WARD BOUNDARIES. 



WARD ONE. 

Beginning at the intersection of the center line of Main 
street with the north line of Maid village ; thence running west- 
erly, on the north line of said village, two hundred and forty- 
six feet ; thence southerly, in a line parallel with the center 
line of Main street, to the center line of Center street ; thence 
easterly on the center line of Center street, and in the same 
course continued to the east line of said village ; thence north- 
erly, on the east line of said village, to the northeast corner 
thereof; thence westerly, on the north line of said village, to 
the plaee of beginning. 

WARD TWO. 

Beginning on the center line of Center street, at the south- 
west corner of the First Ward, as above defined ; thence run- 
ning southerly, in a line parallel with the center of Main street, 
to the south line of said village; thence easterly, on the south 
line of said village, to the southeast corner thereof; thence 
northerly, on the east line of said village, to the southeast cor- 
ner of said First Ward, as above defined ; thence westerly, on 
the south line of said First Waul, to the place of beginning. 

WARD THREE. 

Beginning at the center line of Washington street at its 
intersection with the west line of Ward Two, as above defined ; 
thence westerly, on the center line of Washington street to 
the railroad track ; thence southerly two hundred and eighty 
feet in a line with the center line of Franklin street ; thence 
southerly, to the center line of Spruce street ; thence south- 



BLANK BOOKS at very low prices. 

THE TUTTLE CO.. 11 and 13 Center Street. 



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-d BAXTER NATIONAL BANK W 



#& UlliLllJLl 11 iXL UllIiU JJ II 1111 i 

* iiifpniiMiiiiii(iiiNiiiiiiiiininiiniijiiiniiiiiiiiimiiiniiJiimiimininniutniiiMiiii8ii 

OF RUTLAND, VERMONT. 



$300,000 f wmkl x |sii™^$ 1 0,0 , 



J. W, CRAMTON, President. HUGH 11. BAXTER, Vice-Pres't. 

tlEO. R. liV'TUM, Casliier, 

Careful and Prompt Attention Given to all Busi- 
ness Entrusted to this Bank, 

Continental Nal'l Bank, H Y„ Maverick Hat'l Bank, Boston. 



The Marble Savings Bank 



RUTLAND, 



VERMONT. 



ORGANIZED Feis. 1, 1883. 



Deposits and Accumulations, $550,000, 



Surplus and Profits, $20,000. Twenty-two Hundred Depositors. 



Ripley's Marble Building, 24 Merchants Row. 



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-T IHL" IE3 



SELECT THE BEST, 

iETlSTA X, I IF IE 



erly, on the center line of Spruce street to the village limits ; 
thence easterly, on the same said south line of the village, to 
the southwest corner of Ward Two, as above defined ; thence 
northerly, on the west line of Ward Two to the place of 
beginning. 

WARD FOUR. 

Beginning at the center line of West street, at the west 
line of the First Ward as defined; thence westerly, on the 
center line of West street to the center line of Merchants Row ; 
thence southerly, on the center line of Merchants Row, to the 
northwest corner of the Third Ward, as defined ; thence east- 
erly, on the line of said Third Ward two hundred and eighty 
feet to the railroad track ; thence easterly, on the north line 
of said Third Ward to the northeast corner thereof, in the 
west line of said Second Ward ; thence northerly, on the west 
line of said Second Ward and the west line of said First Ward 
to the place of beginning. 

WARD FIVE. 

Beginning at the intersection of the center line of West 
street with the west line of said First Ward, as above defined ; 
thence westerly, on the center line of West street to the center 
line of Grove street ; thence northerly, on the center line of 
Grove street to the north line of the village; thence easterly, 
on the north line of the village, to the northwest corner of said 
First Ward, as above defined; thence southerly, on the west 
line of said First Ward to the place of beginning. 

WARD SIX. 



Beginning at a 
opposite the center 
the center line of St; 
thence northerly, on 
line of said village ; 
village to the center 
on the center line of 



point on the center line of Grove street, 
line of State street ; thence westerly, on 
ate street, to the west line of the village ; 
the west lino of said village to the north 
thence easterly, on the north line of said 
line of Grove street; thence southerly, 
Grove street, to the place of beginning. 



TMK T TNT^ T Mercantile and School Writing and Copying, all 

iilii . mil ♦„kinds, THE TUTTLE CO. 



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THE RUTLAND 

SAVINGS BANK, 

Corner Merchants Row and Center Street. 

(On.OAlNI7.ED IN 1851.) 

DUE DEPOSITORS, ... - $1,800,000- 

SURPLUS, - 85,000. 

Is receiving deposits on all business days in all sums from one dollar 
to fifteen hundred dollars. 

Interest will lie allowed on all deposits from tlie first day of each, 
niontb, and deposits made u|> to and including tlie fifth day of any month 
will draw interest from the first day of that month, if allowed to rem am 
on deposit until the following January or July, wlion the semi-annual inter- 
est is payable. . a 

If the interest is not drawn out it becomes a part of the principal and 
draws interest tlie same as any other deposit made on the first day of Janu- 
ary or July. 

Deposits can be made by draft, post office order or by express, and de- 
posit books returned to the depositors. 

Taxes on all deposits not exceeding fifteen hundred dollars are paid by 
the bank. 

WIIiLiTAM M. FIELD, Pres. 

NEWTON KELLOGG, Treas. 



MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK 

07 H0f£il0, TPEMBOHT. 

Oroantzeki Feu. 10, 1885. 

Ranking Rooms in Bates House Block. 
CAPITAL, $100,000. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $300,000 



John N. Ban-itsr, 

President. 



John A, Sheldon, 

Vice-President. 



Ciias, W. Mussey, 

Cashier. 



A 



Chase National Bank, New York City ; First National Bank of New York 

City ; National lievere Bank of Boston. Collections on all accessible 

points in the State a specialty. Prompt returns and low rates. 

Careful attention to all business entrusted to us. 

Correspondence solicited. 



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G. F. NORTH, mm T T|F rag nn m mmm m 

STATE lAUiGER, JUl-Un lillillllU. UU., TELKPIIONE, 

WARD SEVEN. 

Beginning at a point on tlie center line of Grove street, 
opposite the center line of State street ; thence westerly, on 
the center line of State street to the west line of the village ; 
thence southerly, on the west line of the village, to the north- 
west corner of tlie Eighth Ward ; thence easterly, on tlie north 
line of said Eighth Ward, to the west line of Forest street; 
thence easterly, on the center line of Franklin street, to the 
northwest corner of the Third Ward, as defined ; tlience north- 
erly, on tlie west line of Ward Four and on the center line -of 
Merchants How and Grove street, to tlie place of beginning. 

WARD EIGHT. 

Eegi nning at the southwest corner of Ward Three, as 
defined, on the center line of Spruce street, and on the south 
line of said village ; thence northerly, on the center line of 
Spruce street, to the northwest corner of Ward Three ; thence 
westerly, on the center line of Franklin street, to the west line 
of Forest street, at a point two hundred feet south of the south 
line of Convent avenue; thence westerly, on a line parallel 
with Convent avenue, to the west line of said village ; thence 
southerly, on the west line of said village, to tlie south line of 
said village ; thence easterly, southerly, and easterly, on the 
south line of said village to the center line of Spruce street. 

The trustees may alter the boundaries of wards in the 
year 1890 and in every fifth year thereafter, and shall make a 
certificate of all alterations which they make, which certificate 
they el i all cause to be recorded in the village records. 

HjfTrie Tuttle Company §jjp 

WHOLES,* [.H AMI KHTAIL U !■ i I. ! . I.:S IX 

Wall* Papers, « Borders 



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B. F. DUNKLEE 




108 North Main Street, 



RUTLAND, VT. 



'ii|i>'"'ii|i i|i i|ii |M "i|i iji»">ii|ii 

©APAGICTY, 

200,000 

ELiAKWS. 



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1 PLANTS, t SEEDS, JFLOWERSI 

l||l>'"'l||l Ill I||1""N|J I II" "'I 111"" p "-' * ' ■* * J -^ "— ' ) = "l|||H"M||l ||( l|l'<> , ">'IJI» IJ -l|jO" , > < ljgi»i-~ 

Send poj? 
Satalogae, 

rsBTOD 
3ANUAJ>Y I. 




Largest, Most Complete Green House Plant in the State. 

73 & 75 Church Street, - - RUTLAND, VERMONT. 



PRICES REASONABLE 

AND CONSISTENT 
a— — *— > «s 






J^ 



I GUARANTEE 

GOOD WORK. 

e> fr » ^- " 



K. D. WORDEN, 

BooK ami Joti Priiitei. 

7 Grove Street, RUTLAND, VT. 



—$m ♦— — -*•** 

SPECIALTIES: SOCIAL, FRATERNAL 
AND COMMERCIAL WORK. 



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ALL KINDS OF COLOR 
AND BRONZE PRINTING. 






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The Insurance The JEtlia Life T "e Insurance 
For Young Wen. J -" p Aumg JU1LV. fpr Yp ung ^ 



Rutland Directory 



1SS9=90. 



Amsueyiatioks-'Liw following nbbreviatioos are matf in this Directory 
ave., avenue ; agt., agent; Ma. boards . cor., corner ; h house o^n 
opposite; V. M. Co., for Vermont Marble Company ' ' Pp -' 



A bar Joshua, marble worker, h. 105 West 

Abar Louis, marble worker, h. 106 West 

Abar Samuel, farmer, h. 60 Forest 

Abbott Alfred D., carpenter, h. 60 Washington 

Abbott, Daniel F., carpenter, h. head of Green 

Abbott, Edward H, mechanic, h. head of Green 

Abbott, Lmdell E., carpenter, h. head of Green 

Abbott Lucy. h. 44 Franklin 

Abraham A. H., manufacturer of cigars and dealer in all 

kinds of smokers' articles, 3 Center, h. 58 West 
Abraham Louis, manufacturer of cigars and dealer in all 

kinds of smokers' articles, 9 Center, h. 50 Church 
Addey C. G., carpenter, h. 10 Nichols 
Adams Daniel W„ clerk H. W. Kellogg, h. Summer 
Adams & Bacon, wholesale dealers in Florence, Floren- 
tine, Rutland and Brandon marble, office and mills, Cen- 
ter Kntland 

Adams Geo. W., baker at Lyon's bakery and manufae- 

turcr of rubber stamps, 11 West (see adv.) 
Adams Hiram R., inventor, h. 21 Summer 
Adams Henry R,, h. 105 River 
Adams J. M., express messenger, h. 6 Nichols 

Largest Printing, Binding and Stationery House in the State, 

( 2 s —THE TUTTLE COMPANY.— 






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Doetor of 15efeinar , Lj § in^ery, 



Graduate of American Veterinary College of 
New York City, and late House Sur- 
geon to Hospital Department. 



Office at GEO. RICHARDSON'S STABLE, Center St. 
Residence at Bardwell House. . 



JUTLAND, VT. 



M. L. FAULKNER, 

^tiYsnj aM loading Stafik 

FIRST-CLASS *ttjffljgg|^§ 

TUKNOUTS! 



DEALER IN 



■LI 



Fine Carriaps 

— AND — 

iSLEIGHS 

OP EVERT DESCRIPTION. 

1 1 WILLOW ST., Rear of Bates House, RUTLAND, VT. 



BeastmaWe Prices, 



D. H. SMITH. 



F. A. WILDER. 



&*$ SMITH & WILBEB, ^s 



# 



— von xnB 8M.G OF — 



^, 



-Butter, Cheese, Eggs, Pork, Lard, Beans,- 

Green and Dried Fruits, Poultry, Game, &c. 

ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE SOLD ON COMMISSION. 

73 West St., - - RUTLAND, VT. 

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Adams L. 13., boards 16 Church 

Adams Eleanor, h. 15 Summer 

Adams Orlando F., photographer at Baker's studio, h. 13 
Park ave. 

Adams Thomas J., h. 13 Park ave. 

Adams Wayland L., watchman, h. 9 Pine 

Adair James, cutter, V. M. Co., bds. 9 State 

Alchelle ¥., marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

Aiken Susan, h. 38 N. Main 

Aiken Sophia, h. 38 N. Main 

Aiken W. P. Mrs., h. 26 Woodstock ave. 

Aiken Win. P., law student P. Redfield Kendall, h. 26 Wood- 
stock ave. 

Aitchison & Connor, druggists and apothecaries, Bates 

House corner (see adv.) 
Aitchison TIiob. P. (Aitchison & Connor) bds. Berwick House 
Albcc Mary "W., milliner, h. 5 Strongs ave 
Albee& McDonongh, millinery, 55 Merchants Row 
AlbertSOn W. R., proprietor of Espcranza quarry, whole- 
sale marble dealer, office, Worcester, Mass. 
Aldrich Emmett B., freight agent C. V. R. 1? ],. ifi (JH>_ 
son ave. 

Aldrich Henry O., blacksmith, li. 65 East 

Alexander Daniel, farmer, bds. 67 Sooth 

Alexander Edward, marble cutter, h. 56 State 

Alexander Eugene, carpenter, h. 7 Higli 

Alexander Gertrude M., shirtmaker, bds. 7 High 

Alexander Hiram, laborer, b. 67 South 

Alexander Samuel IJ., barber, in depot, a. 14 Wales 

Alto rd Edward, painter, h. 22 Church 

Allard Albert, mason, head of Woodstock ave. 

Aj hard Clayton, farmer, on Baxter's farm 

Allard Andrew, teamster Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Allard Joseph, mason, beyond 84 Woodstock ave. 

A a r d Joseph, Jr., hairdresser, 1 Merchants Row 

Allard Merton E., marble letterer, bds. 15 School 

A ard Peter, hairdresser, 1 Merchants Row 

Allard William J., harncsstnaker, 11 Main, h. 13 Main, West 

luitland. 
All bee A. A., horse d ealer, bds. Farmers' Hotel. 

Wedding Stationery, ^jft^™ JHK TOTTtl CO.'S. 



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CLARK BROTHERS, 




Of every description. Building work, executed in Granite, Marble and 
Brownstone, a specialty 



No, 12 Hopkins St., 



RUTLAND, VT. 



Newly painted and ventilated throughout. Tables supplied with substan- 
tiate and luxuries. 



OPEN FOB ALL NIGHT TEAINS. 

E. POME ROY, - - Proprietor. 

16 Evelyn and Freight Streets, Rutland, vt. 

RATES. — Transient, 25 cents a meal or $1.00 per day. Regular Hoard 
ers, from $4.00 to $5.00 per week. 

U3^~Livery and feed stable connected with the house. 

WL^idtm^ktx anil Jjcwelxx 

Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty. 

Waters, SIogKs an 3 Iptieal BddAs 

A SPECIALTY. 
17 Center Street, - - - RUTLAND, VERMONT. 



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For Pro- 
fessional Men, 



The .Etna Life. Jgtffc.. 



Allbee E. O, barber, Fanners' Hotel, 1<> Evelyn 
Allen Alice, 3lJ Merchants Row 
Allen Alma, 31 £ Merchants Row 

Allen Arthur N., freight clerk, O. V. It. R., h. 86 Forest 
Allen Chas. H., clerk, h. 2 Edson 
Allen Chas. L., physician and surgeon, office 
Keyes & Co.'s store, h. 31 N. Main. Office 



over E. D. 
lours from 



noon to 2 p. m. 



Allen D, C, mason, bds. 11 Engrcm avc. 

Allen Edwin L., law student P. R. Kendall, bds. 31 N. Main 

Allen Harlcy H., scale maker, bds. Brock House 

Allen Inez, teacher, rooms Bates Block, 31 £ Merchants Row 

Allen James Henry, mechanic, h. 15 School 

Allen Jeliial 1)., machinist, C. Y. R. It., h. 86 Forest 

Allen John M., farmer, h. Ill N. Main 

Allen Olive, dressmaker. Bates Block, 31^ Merchants Row 

Allen Peter, carpenter, h. 28 Elm 

Allen Roswell E., cabinetmaker, ii. 3 Niekwackett 

Allen William H,, stonecutter, ii. 10 Summer. 

Allison Alfred, employed Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Allison Alice, h. 17 School 

Allison Mary, shirtmaker, h. IT School 

Alstrom Yictor, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Alquist Frank, painter, H. S. Co., bds. 13 "Washington 

Alvord Lucy C. Mm., widow, b. 88 Washington 

Amblo William, conductor, C. Y. R. E., 45" Franklin 

American & National Express, in depot, F. C. Atherton, agent 

Ameden Harry A. (Knowlton & Amsdcn), h. GO Wales 

Anderson Alfred, qnarryman, Y, M. Co., Proctor. 

Anderson Alfred 2d, qnarryman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Anderson Amanda, domestic, 4 Park avc. 

Anderson Andrew, employed Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 

Anderson Chas., employed Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 

Anderson Augustus B., filler, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Anderson Axel, tracer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Anderson August, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Anderson Chas., Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Anderson B. A., sawyer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Anderson Benjamin, employed at True Blue Marble Co. 

Anderson Chas. F., filler, Y. M. Co., Proctor 



Buvs rt 

STYLOGBAPHIC PEN, 



Best in tlie World for lite Price. 

THE TUTTLE CO. 



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J3 a t e s House 




A. H. TUTTLE & SON, Proprietors. 

First class in all respects. Elegantly furnished. Rooms lu»atocl by 
steam and well ventilated. Lighted by electricity throughout. Bath 
Booms find Billiard Parlors, and, in fact, complete in all its appointments. 
Admirably adapted to the comfort of families and transients, who will find 
it a homelike resort at all seasons of the year. The location is most de- 
sirable, being in the business section of the town, and directly opposite the 
Union Depot. Especially adapted for 

COMMERCIAL. TRAVELERS 

on account of its well lighted and commodious Sample Rooms. 




A First Class Livery is connected with the House. 

ALL STREET CAKS PASS THE HOTEL. 



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G. F. NORTH, ffM T IJJ rag pn 261 HERi™ ROW. 

STATE MANAGER, i±J J-H-ll m l U HIU. UU-j TKI.KJ'BONE. 

Anderson C. J., polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Anderson Ford A., laborer, V. M. Co., Proetor 

Anderson Gustavus, quarry man, Sheldon M. Co,, W. Rut- 
land 

Anderson John, quarry man, Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 

Anderson J. A., tracer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Anderson Julius G., teamster, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Anderson Mary Mrs., housekeeper, 42 Elm 

Anderson Reca, domestic, 15 Grove 

Anderson Robert, filler, Creek road, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Andrei A., marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 

Andress Homer G., In 17 N. Main 

Andrews J. D., foreman, V. M, Co., Proetor 

Angier Lather, mechanic, h. 6 Cottage 

Augier Win. M., clerk Rochester Clothing Co., h. 5 Church 

Anthony Clementine, clerk, hds. 9 Terrili 

Anthony F., confectionery, 63 Center, h. 9 Terrili 

Anthony Dennis, clerk, bds 9 Terrili 

Archambanlt Clovis, shoemaker, 13 Wales, h. 1 State 

Arehavnbanlt CI o vis, Jr., chairmaker, h. 1 State 

Archainbault E., printer, The Tattle Co., h. 21 Union 

Archer Foster, h. 10 Chestnut ave. - 

Archer William, hostler, h. 30 Park ave. 

Armstrong Oh as., quarry man, V. M. Co., tenement 57, West 
Rutland. 

Armstrong James, foreman, V, M. Co., Center Rutland 

Armstrong John, employed Y, M. Co., Center Rutland. 

Arnold Alvin, engineer, h. 19 Woodstock ave. 

Arnold Alvin, engineer, h. 34 Temple 

Arnold Greene, carpenter, h. 5 Crescent 

Arnold L. Scott, carpenter and architect, 41 Crescent (sec 
adv.) 

Arnold Samuel B., milk, h. creek road, Proctor 

Arnoll Robert G., accountant, h. 37 S. Main 

Aronson A. G., laborer, Y. M. Co., Proetor 

Aronson C. K., tracer, Y. M. Co., Proetor 

Aronson, John, polisher, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Ashley, J.ohn K., painter, h. 8 Hopkins j.ve. 

Aslin Tunield, quarryman, Y. M. Co., tenement 49, W. Rutland 

Asplin William, polisher, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 



BLANK BOOKS 



at Very Low Prices. 

THE TUTTLE CO., 11 *nttl» Center Street. 



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ESTABLISHED 1842. 

TROY AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE, 
Foot of Brand Street, Thov, N. Y. 



MORRISON & HALSTEAD, 

(Crandatl & Morrison's successors.) 

WIIUI.]IS.\[,H 4»D It ETA I L DKALEItS IN 

Field and Garden Seeds, Farm Implements, Sewer 
Pipe and Drain Tile. 

Grind stones, all sizes and varieties of grit for manufacturers and farmers' 
use. Largest stock in New York. Lister's Fertilizers. 

G . W.ADAMS, 

fct/tntJFrtCTUSBiR av and ukaler in 

RUBBER STAMPS, RATERS, HAND STAMPS, SEALS, &C, 

For Ollice and Business use. 

Linen Markers, Name, Initial & Monogram Stamps 

for home use. 
All Colors Sta.nji Ink, Self-Inking Pads, etc., always on band. 

II West St., - - - Rutland, Vt. 

D. M. White Lumber Company, 

RUTLAND, VERMONT. 




MANUFACTTJEEIIS 



DEALEliS IN 



Dimension Timber, Clapboards and Shingles, 

DEALERS IN ALL JtlNDK OP 

Finishing Lumber, Doors, Sash and Blinds. 

ALL KINDS OF DliESSED LUMBER. STEAM MILL FOR SAWING 
AND DRESSING . 

AGENTS FOR AKRON SEWER PIPE. 



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~ SEE THE /ETNA LIFE'S LARGE GAINS. 

CAIN I N MEMBERSH IP, I888, 2,264. 

Atherton F. C, agent American and National Express, 

office in depot, h. 20 Madison 
Atlas Guarantee Co., Clement Building 
Aubrey Rnfus, teamster, h. 6 Post 
Audley George, h. off West street, Proctor 
Audley John, farmer, li. off Creek road, Proctor 
Austin Anthony, manufacturer and repairer of boots, shoes 

and rubbers, 58 Wales, bds. 16 Engrem ave. 
Austin George, barber, bds. 81 Church 
Austin Henry, mechanic, h. 24 Williams 
Austin Joseph, horseshoer, hand-made shoes a specialty 

75 West, h. SI Church (see adv.) 
Austin Joseph N., tailor, bds. 17 Williams 
Austin Julia, laundress, bds. 38 Green 
Austin Louis II., shoemaker, bds. 19 Union 
Austin Napoleon J., hairdresser, 51 Merchants Row, b. 42 

Center 
Austin Wesley, carpenter, bds. 46 East 
Austin Win., teamster, h. 46 East 
Austin Wro. R., blacksmith, bds. 81 Church 
Avcrill Isaiah L., packer, h. 13 Cram ton ave. 
Avery Andrew, carpenter, V. M. Co., Pleasant street, West 

Rutland, 
Avery George, bridge builder, h. 16 Cramton ave. 
Axelson A. J., carpenter, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Ayers Lames, farmer, h. road to Men don 



Babbitt Arthur, tinsmith, Dunn & Cramton, bds. State 

Babbitt B., employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Babbitt Geo. D. (Bardy & Babbitt), fa. 29 Washington 

Babbitt V. M., carpenter, b. 53 State 

Babcock C. L., general manager of Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 

for Northern New York, h. 49 S. Main 
Babcock Helen Miss, typewriter, h. 49 S. Main 
Bach Chas. ,L, sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Bacon H. D. (Adams & Bacon), h. 4 Royce 
Bacon William, carpenter, li. 37 Pine 



Use "Royal" Lead Pencils, 

Only 40 cents Per Dozen. 

(3) 



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BARDWELL. HOUSE, 

CRAMTON & CARPENTER, Proprietors. 



RUTLAND, 



Vermont. 



GOOD STABLING AND LI VERY CONNECTED WITH THE HOUSE. 

J. W. CUAMTON. H. O. CARrENTBK. 




W, E. DANFORTH, 

ELECTRO-PLATING 

— IN — 

Gold, Silver, Nickel and Composition. 

Factory, 10 and 18 Woodstock ave. , Rutland, Vermont, 

All work may be returued if not satisfactory. Also manufacturer of Door 

Plates. 

J. J. GOM EZ, 

FASHIONABLE H AIRDRESSIN G PARLOR. 

Ladies and Children's Hair Cut and Banged in the latest stylo, 
254, Center Street, - - - Rutland^ Yt. 



george w. ross, 
Civil Engineer and Surveyor, 



"No. 2 Nichols Street, 



Rutland, Yt 



P. M. MELDON, 

Attorney and Counselor at Law, 

Rooms 5 and G, 
Herald Building, RUTLAND, VT. 



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G, F. NORTH, 

STATE MANAGER 



;, ITNA LIFE DISlO, 2 ™£ffiP 



Bacon Win. Jr., carpenter, bds. 37 Pine 

Badger O. C, foreman Tirn, Waller stein & Co., h. 40 Center 

Bad lam C. H., pianos and organs, 40 Center 

Badlam Geo. L., bookkeeper, Gould & Burditt, h. 40 Center 

Badlam Maria Mrs., clerk with Chas. E. Ross, h. 40 Center 

Bagley Leon C, gen'I agent N. E. Fire Ins. Co., Clement 

building, fa, 22 Crescent 
Bailey Alvin C, h. 46 Woodstock ave. 
Bailey B. M., h. 20 Grove 
Bailey Chas. H. Mrs., h. 44 Green 
Bailey Clarence, engineer, bds. 36 Grove 
Bailey Clarence E., ironer, bds. 36 Grove 
Bailey Emma, bds. 46 Woodstock ave. 
Bailey E. M., boarding house, 12 Pine 
Bailey Fred R., bookkeeper, Bnrnbam & Temple, 26 West 



Bailey Ilattie N., h. 12 Fine 

Bailey Lincoln, machinist, h. 15j Center 

Bailey Lucinda, bds. 20 Grove 

Bailey Minnie A., h. 12 Pine 

Bailey Nathan A., clerk railroad restaurant, h. Williams, eor. 

Elm 
Bailey J. W. Rev., Congregational Church, West Rutland, h. 

40 Clarendon ave. 
Bailey Margaret Mrs., h. 44 Green 
Bailey Herbert G., clerk, h. 13 Field ave. 
Bailey Thos. R., bookkeeper, h. 26 West 
Baitay Wayne, register of probate, b. 30 Grove 
Bain Bruce S., manager Union Pacific Tea Co., 5 Mer- 
chants Row (see adv.) 
Baird Chas., marble enttcr, h. 175 West 
Baird Lncy J. Mrs., b. 21£ Gen tot- 
Baker Artenuis C, painter, h. 27 Elm 
Baker Ed., employed Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Baker Fero, marble worker, b. Proctor street, West Rutland 
Baker G. M., photographer, 7± Center, h. 18 Park ave. 
Laker John, laborer, h. 9 Allen 
Baker Joel C, attorney and counselor at law, 56 Center 

(Music Hall entrance, Wales street) 
Baker Levi, farmer, h. Chittenden road 
Baker Mrs. H. R., h. 12 Evelyn 



PmA R ^ LD '?i STAFFORD'S, CARTER'S and other INKS. 
L/Opy Books, Presses, Mucilage, etc. THE TUTTLE CO. 



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TlIQB. F. CUAPI'ELI,, 



John W. Buhkr. 



CHAPPELL & BURKE, 

CIVIL ETOEERSi ARCHITECTS, 

Clembkt Building, Rutland, Vt. 

Surveys, Plans, Specifications and Estimates for 

Sewerage Systems, Water Supply, Bridges, Railroads, 

Dams and Mills, 

and For all other Land Structures and Buildings, including 
RESIDENCES. 




Dealer in 

Beef, Pork, 
Lamb, Hut- 
|ton, Veal, 
Ham , Saus- 
age, Oysters, 
Tripe, Veg- 
etables, But- 
ter, Eggs, 
etc., etc. 



Freight street, next door north of Gould & Burditt's, RUTLAND. 

JAIVtKS SIMPSON'S, 

STEAM :d"y~:e3 ZKOTJSIE, 

69$ Center Street, Rutland, Vt. 

LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING Cleaned and Dyed, and fin- 
ished in a very superior manner. 

The following is the kind of work which will he found most excellent, 
and equal to tue host in this country: 

Ladies' Dresses, in wool, or part cotton, dyed Black or Drown, and other eolors. Silks 
made in fancy colors or Brown. 

Black Silks re-dyed, and finished equal to new. Cloaks and other Outside Garments 
cleaned and dyed. 

Double and Single Shawls dyed in a great variety of colors. Wine, Garnet, Peony, 
Blue, Green and Black, properly finished and pressed, and inappearance equal to any new 

C;O0dS. 

Piano Spreads dyed in fancy colors and properly finished - 
Feathers dyed Black or other colors ; also cleaned and curled like new. 
Kid Gloves cleaned and dyed Black. Damask hangings dyed in fancy colors, finished 
and pressed like new. 
Gentlemen's Clothing Cleaned, Dyed and Pressed. Overcoats, Coats, Pants and vests. 

WORK WARRANT ED NOT TO SHUT OR CROCK. 
All work finished within a week from the time left. 



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— SEE THE >ETNA LIFE'S LARGE GAINS. 

GAI N IN INTEREST INCO ME, 1888, $89,587.63. 

Baker Michael, farmer, h. Cold river road 

Baker Oliver G., farmer, h. Park, op p. Forest 

Baker Geo., farmer, h. Park, opp. Forest 

Baker R. W., optician, bds. 39 Orescent 

Baker Stephen, quarry man, Sheldon's, 1>. Main, W. Rutland 

Baker Willard, farmer, h. 24 Park 

Baleom Geo. W., chairmaker, h. 23 Howe 

Baldae F, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Baldwin Cora M., clerk, N. E, Fire Ins. Co., h. 23 West 

Baldwin E. Wallace, h. 23 West 

Baldwin James F,, car inspector, C. V. R, P., h. 38 Center 

Baldwin J. F. Mrs., fashionable dress and cloak maker, 

(the French system of cutting and fitting taught) 33£ 

Center, h. 3S| Center 
Baldwin John E., h. 14 High, West Rutland 
Baldwin Kittle, dressmaker, bde. 21 Baxter 
Baldwin Warner H., foreman wood shop and yard, Howe 

Scale Co., h. 46 Washington 
Ball, Alonzo E., advertising agent, h. 10 Crescent 
Ballard D. N., mechanic, bds. Central House 
Ballard George, car repairer, 109 Forest 
Ballard John, stone cutter, h. 73 South 
Ballon Cassius M., painter, h. 54 West, cor. Grove 
Ballon Ella M. Mis-', official and law stenographer, bds. 7 

Summer 
Ballon J. M. Mrs., h. 2fi Church 
Ballou Orris C, musician, hds. 20 Church 
Banks Patrick, li. 78 Woodstock ave. 
Banks Rosanne Mrs., h. 55 River 
Barber Chas., physician, h. 21 Union 
Barber E. C-, livery, feed and sale stable, 41 West, bds. 

Globe Hotel (sec adv.) 
Barber E. I)., bds. 30 Jackson ave. 
Barber Eupheuia, dressmaker, h. 2 Jackson ave. 
Barber Dora, dressmaker, h. 2 Jackson ave. 
Barber Ilcman, carpenter, h. 21 Union 
Barber James R., blacksmith, h. 2 Jackson ave. 
Barber J., carpenter, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Barber L. T., carpenter, h. Thrall ave., West Rutland 

Glnii Office Pens, « SI™ flu futile Bo, 



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^IcNORTH STAR TEA COMPANY, jM- 

IMPORTERS AND WIIOLBSALK AWO KETAI1, IJF./l LliRS IN 

Choice Teas and Coffees. 




Manufacturers of Baking Powders and Spices. 
J. T.J. CHAPMAN & CO., - Proprietors. 

Mutual Enbuge M f fa. West and Grow Sts, MUTLA NID, VT. 



Fbbd. GoaSBLOjf. 



ClIAS. POULIN. 



PEACES TN A 1,1, KINDS DF ■ 



Dyleats, ^Vegetables and Sreeeries, 

CANS ED GOODS, POULTEY, PISH AND OYSTERS. 

Goods delivered to any part of the town. 

CIGARS .A-JNTD TOBACCO A S3P3BCIA.r."T"y. 

43 Center St., - RUTLAND, VT. 




PHIL. H. BR1EHMEE, 



Teaeher 



of jJlusie 



*-J*t^> AND *^*ef-* 

Piano Tuner. 

jffi'OfflcB at E. White's Jewelry Store, No, 15 Center St, Residence, 
34 North Main street, Rutland, Vt. 

BREHMER'S ORCHESTRA (Opera House Orchestra), P. H. 
BREHMER, Leader and Business Manager. 



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gTfTnorth, 

STATE MANAGER 



^muniffi.cfl.MiMiiiBiof. 



Bardillo Marble M'f'g Co., A. J. Dunton, manager, 133 

West (see adv.) 
Bard we 1 1 House, Cram ton & Carpenter, Merchants Row, 

opposite depot, (sec adv.) 
Bardy & Babbitt, wholesale and retail elothiers, furriers, 

gents' furnishing goods, etc., 35 Merchants Row (see adv.) 
Bardy N. R. (Bardy & Babbitt) bds. Bates House 
Barker Barney, clerk Nat'l Express, h. 16 Convent ave. 
Barker Chas. E., livery, sale and boarding stable and 

carriage repository, 22 Center, bds. Bates House (see adv.) 
Barker Roll a Mrs., h. 12 Convent ave. 
Barker Samuel, shoemaker, h. 17 Convent ave. 
Barker John, sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Barker Susan Mrs., widow, b. 19 Green 
Barker William, bds. Bates House 
Barker Wilson, shirtmaker, 12 Convent ave. 
Barker Geo. Mrs., h. 6 Powers, Proctor 
Barnard Chas. D., contractor, h. 14 Williams 
Barnard Georgia A. Miss, teacher, h. 32 Washington 
Barnard Helen E. Mrs., h. 6 Court 
Barnes M. B. Mrs., bds. Brock House 
Barnes M. R. Mrs., bds. Brock House 
Barnes S. F. Miss, stenographer and type writer, Howe Scale 

Co., bds. Brock House 
Barney J. A. Mrs., h. 55 Grove 
Barney M. E. Mrs., Ms. 55 Grove 
Barn inn Z. L., accountant, h. 6 Park ave. 
Barre A., marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Barrett Edward, cliairmaker, h. 93 Granger 
Barrett Ellen C. Miss, bds.. 24 S. Main 
Barrett Henry, marble polisher, -h. 44 Forest 
Barrett James, attorney and counselor at law, 10 Clement 

building, Merchants How, h. 13 Pleasant 
Barrett James, Mrs., h. 24 S. Main 
Barrett James, coper, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Barrett James C. Mrs., h. 15 Pleasant 
Barrett J. D., coper, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Barrett John, foreman, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Barrett John J., marble cutter, V. M. Co., Creek road, Proctor 
Barrett John, blacksmith, h. 54 Green 

Wood lKisi Po r „J ooms S WuffU So, 



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COM B1NATION 

CASH STORE, 

47 Merchants Row, RUTLAND, VERMONT. 
HT. »• HU&ETT» P1©F1, 



WHOLSSAXB AND RETAIL DEALER TN 



Ery goods, Fancy Goods and lotions, 

BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS, 
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, 

Floui^ (Deal, Feed, Seeds, bipg., 

Paper Hangings, Curtains, Crockery, 

CABFET&. BUGS. POBTIIBES, ETC. 



MANUFACTURER OF RICHARDSON S 



CARBONIZED SEWER AID DRAIN PIPE, 



-A.3^Ij SJZSS. 



Chimney Tops, 

Lawn Vases) 

Border Stouts, 

Etc., Etc. 




I. I ii4 I 



Also Dealer in 

Akron Sewer and 

Drain Pipe. 



IIIMHIIItlHIIlKUnU 



Rosendale and Portland Cement, Wholesale 1 Retail, 

ALSO, COLORIFIC FOR COLORING. 

Manufactory West of the Railroad, 41 River Street, 
Neak the Freight Depot. 



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— SEE THE ^ETNA LIFE'S LARGE GAINS. — 

CAIN IN ASSETS, I888, 1, 198,358:21, 

Barrett Laura, bds. 13 Pleasant 

Barrett Mary, bds. 13 Pleasant 

Barrett Fred M., Berwick House 

Barrett Martin, quarry man, V, M. Co., Proctor 

Barrett Michael, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Barrett Patrick, sawyer, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Barrett Rock wood, treasurer and general manager 
'"' n -i • n,r..,.ui„ n„ 4. t: 



lnmbian Marble Co., treasurer 



Co- 
Lin coin Iron Works and 

treasurer and manager Tt. School Scat Co., office 120 

West, h. 24 S. Main 
Barrett Rush, bds. 13 Pleasant 
Barrett Thco. M., druggist, Center, cor. Wales 
Barrett Win., polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Barron Eliza C. Mrs., h. 20 Main, West Rutland 
Barron Helen, dressmaker, bds. 20 Main, West Rutland 
Bartelle George, carpenter, Sheldon M. Co., AVest Rutland 
Bartell Fred, millman, Sheldon's, h. 23 Main, West Rutland 
Bartell ffra., millman, Sheldon's, h. Pleasant st., W. Rutland 
Bartell George, laborer, h. Pleasant St., West Rutland 
Barry James, boilermaker, h. 54 South 
Bartlett Bridget, shirtmakcr, bds. 27 Elm 
Bartlett Frank B., h. Pine st., Proctor 
Bartlett Frank, laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Bartlett Geo., quarry man, V. M. Co., tenement IS, W. Rutland 
Bartley John, millman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Bashaw Adolphus, teamster, L. G. Kingsley, h. 11 Mineral 
Bashaw Alphonso L., clerk, h. 13 Mineral 
Basil aw Alexander C, clerk, Billings & Son, h. Pine Hill 
Bashaw Frederick, laborer, h. 1 Cherry 
Basil aw Scrip., fireman, bds. 16 Williams 
Bassett C. L., manager Vermont Beef 

Row, opp. Bardwell House, h. 66 State 
Batchelder George, laborer, h. 11 Cramton ave. 
Batchelder Horace A., clerk for Chas. E. Ross, h. Keyes' bl'k 
Batease Jude, teamster, h. Main street, West Rutland 
Bateman Horace C, li. 12 Ross, West Rutland 
Bateman, Horace G., engineer, b. 6 Terrill 
Bateman Louisa A. Mrs., h. 29 Baxter 
Bateman Wm, clerk, bds. 29 Baxter 

Tapley Letter Files AE <? £5£J**&** WKd in Rutland 

. , THE TUTTLE CO., Agts., Hutland, Vt. 



Co., Merchants 



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^For^FinB^PtiotDgrapns 



Wr 1 



The Instantaneous Process a Specialty. Pictures 
of all kinds Copied and Enlarged. 



Please 



Call and Examine Work. 
VISITORS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME. 



EV^f^: r< 



g^a 

i^5 



Corner Merchants Row and West St., over C. E. Stevens' store.- 
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ! 

P. H. HART, <JHAS. MARKS. 

RUTLAND CREAMERY, 

57 WEST STREET, 

.'DEALERS IH 

-*MILK, CREAM, BUTTER AND SOBS,* 

COTTAGE CHEESE IN SEASON. 

Ice Cream Made to Order. 
rutland.. - - vermont. 

Union Custom Laundry, 

Fully Equipped with all Modern Improve- 
ments. 

W. R. WORTHINGTON, Proprietor. 

7 Grove Street, - - RUTLAND, VT. 

HONE BUT EXPERIENCED HELP EMPLOYED. 

All work is guaranteed to give satisfaction. We have agents in all the 
surrounding towns to receive and deliver goods. 



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gTfTnorth, 

STATE MANAGE B, 



35 

__ ITMLIFEINSiD,™g lw. 

Bates A. C. &. Son, builders' and saddlery hardware, 

trunks, blankets, wagon woods and wheals, etc., 46 and 

48 Center (see adv.) 
Bates House, A. II. Turtle &Son, proprietors, opp. depot 

(see adv.) 
Bates A. 0. (A. 0. Bates & Son), h. 43 Grove 
Bates Adeline Mrs., h. 3 Elm 
Bates Carrie, bds. 43 Grove 
Bates Charles E., conductor, C. V. R. R., h. If Merchants 

Row 
Bates Charles II., shirt laundry, h. 1 Merchants Row 
Bates Harry M. (A. C. Bates & Son, h. 33 Grove 
Bates Jennie Miss, shirtmaker, bds. 25£ Center 
Bates John R., cashier A. C. Bates & Son, h. 5 Church 
Battles Annie, dressmaker, bds. 14 Meadow 
Battles Bernard, bds. West street, Center Rutland 
Battles Bryan,' laborer, h. 52 River 
Battles James, h. 49 Marble, "West Rutland 
Battles James F., starch er, h. 52 River 
Battles James, millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Battles John 1st, Whipple Hollow road, West Rutland 
Battles John 2d, h. 39 Marble, West Rutland 
Battles John 3d, laborer, at True Bine Marble Co. 
Battles John 4th, blacksmith, Valido Marble Co., h. West 

Rutland 
Baxter Don, farmer, h. 13 Crescent 
Baxter Hugh II., h. Grove, cor. Garden 
Baxter II. Henry Mrs., h. Grove, cor. Garden 
BAXTER J. N., president Merchants' National Bank, h. 

17 Cottage 

Baxter National Bank, 65 Merchants Row (see adv.) 

Beach Moses J., foreman, h. 24 Plain 

Beals Eveline C. Mrs., h. 56 Church 

Beaks R. D., manager N. E. Telegraph & Telephone Co., 

Herald building, h. 15 Bark ave 
Beaman Geo. H., West, street, Center Rutland 
Bean A. P., porter at Berwick House 
Bean Harl, scale maker, bds. 55 East 
Eeauchamp Jos., blacksmith, V. M. Co., creek road, Center 

Rutland 



^"P 8 ' Holida y Goods, Miscellaneous Books, 

Hooks iii sets at New York prices. THE TUTTLE CO., , , and . j Center Si, 



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COLUMBIAN MARBLE CO., 



producers or 



Dark Variegated, Light Clouded, Mottled and Blue Marble, 



MANUFACTI! RISKS OF 



MARBLE MONUMENTS AND HEADSTONES, 

—ALSO :— 

ALL VARIETIES OF TURNED MARBLE WORK. 

Office and Mill 120 "West Street, - - - RUTLAND, VT. 

R. BARRETT, Treasurer and General Manager. 
M. R. DUN TON, Superintendent. 




e. n. DAVIS. 



J. P. 15RYANT. 



DAVIS & BRYANT, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

I 



I 

HEADSTONES, TABLETS, ETC. 

We are also prepared to furnish all kinds of 
Building Work in Marble or Granite. 

Floor Tiling a Specialty. 

Office 41 Grove Street, 

Rutland, - Vermont. 

Nichols, The Grocer, 

DEALER IN" 

Staple and Fancy Groceries. 

SOLE DEALER IN 

Russell's Shrewsbury Cheese, 

Chase & Sanborn's Famous Teas and Coffees a 

Specialty. 

39 Center Street, - - - RUTLAND. 



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^10^00 Insurance A < 5 ^ r of $126.40. 

Beaucbant Noah, shoemaker, h. 54 Marble, West Rutland 
Beaupray Tlios., quarryman Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Beargeon Isaac, emp. Howe Scale Co., h. 3 Lafayette 
Beattie Chas. T., moulder, Lincoln Iron Works, h. Woodstock 

ave 
Beattie George, telegrapher D. & H. Canal Co., hds. 34 Howe 
Beattie James, overseer of the poor, h. Woodstock ave 
Beatty George, tcl. operator, D. & H. R. R., bds. 34 Howe 
Beatty Mark, fireman, bds. 45 River, near R. R. 
Beaudry Ray, tel. operator, bds, Barnes House, W. Rutland 
Beaudry R. F., tel. operator, D. & H. depot, bds. 13 Ross, 

West Rutland 
Beaulae T. E., supt. Ripley Sons, h. 6" 8 State 
Bedell Emma Mrs,, bds. 4 Williams 
Beebe Chas., milkman, h. 112 N. Main 
Beebe Lewis, farmer, h. Mill village 
Belden M, J., employe B. & R. R. R., h. 2 State 
Belka A., quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Bell George W., conductor, C. Y. R. R., bds. 36 Grove 
Bell Winifred E. Miss, stenographer, b. 32 Washington 
Bellavue Chas., quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Bellaire Felix, quarryman for Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Bellmorc Can-is, laborer, h. Pleasant st. West Rutland 
Bt'ilmore Fi'cd, quarryman, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Bellmore Maxime, quarryman, V. M. Co., tenement 47, West 

Rutland 
Bellny Amelia, dressmaker, bds. 19 Plain 
Bellny Frank, carpenter, h. 45 Forest 
Bellny John, bds. 45 Forest 
Bellny Joseph, carpenter, h. 19 Plain 
Bellows Genie, shirtmaker, bds. 12 Pine 
Belville Peter, blacksmith, h. 73 East 
Benjamin J. A. Mrs., h. 1 Hi^h 

Bennett Clias. C, chief porter Bates House, railroad and 
steamboat tickets sold to any part of the country on fa- 
vorable terms, h. 12 Merchants Row 
Bennett Charles H., horses properly cared and medicine 
manufactured for horses. Orders left at Edward Fenii's 
or at residence, Stratton road, near Woodstock ave. 



Record Books, 

BOOKS, PKNS, Etc. 



Office Supplies, Memorandum 

THE TUTTLE CO,, ir and 13 Centre St. 



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S. M. DORR'S SONS, 

RUTLAND, VT., 

BANKERS, I 

Are Dealers in tlie tiest class of 

INVESTMENT SECURITIES. 

Choice 6 and 7 per cent Loans on Improved Farms in Kan- 
sas, Nebraska and Western Missouri. 

Principal and Interest guaranteed, and payable at their office 
on the day dnc, free of charge to the investor. 

W. C. LANDON, 



DEATjUR in 



General Hardware, Paints s Oils, 

FLOUR, SEEDS, IRON, STEEL, NAILS, LEAD 

PIPE, SHEET LEAD, SHEET ZINC, 

LIME, CEMENT, GLASS, &c. 

Also Agent for Masury's Railroad Colors. 




RUTLAND, 



C A R R I A GES 

SLEIGHS. 

VERMONT. 



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G. F. NORTH, jjpjn LIFE II CO ^ ]mm MW. 

STATE MAWAG-EK, iull,n - ^W LI 111 U, UU., |-|. : i .s-: s-;i (> N 1.. 

Bennett Edward D., supt. P.. & R railway, office in pas- 
senger depot, residence, Bennington 
Bennett Edward R., baggage master, h. 77 Forest 
Bennett Fannie, li. 44 Franklin 
Bennett Geo. W., express messenger, h. 6 Royce 
Benson Hannibal P., farmer on J. W Cramton'a farm 
Benson M. A. Miss, stenographer, Moseley & Stoddard, bds. 

16 Cottage 
Benson S., quarry man, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Eentley Gny, teamster, bds. 2 Elm 
Bentley Maud, shirtmaker, bds. 2 Elm 
Bentley Royal, teamster, h. 2 Elm 
Benton Oscar H., machinist, li. Center, cor. Wales 
Beren A., quarry man, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Bergland Chas., sawyer, V. M. Co., bds. Creek road, Proctor 
Bergson John, blacksmith, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Bergs tr and C. J., laborer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Bergstrand Robt., blacksmith, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Berry man John, quarry man, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Berry man Margaret Miss, at 3 West 
Bertango Andrea, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Bertango Oreste, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Bertango Yiturio, cutter, h. 14 Marble, West Rutland 
Berwick House, Win. H. Valiqnette, Center, cor. Wales 
Besnia John, carpenter, h. 56 South 
Besnia John P., carpenter at onyx works, h. 5C South 
Bessie W. A., mail agent, Bard well House 
Bibbins L. E. Mrs., bds. 18 Plain 
Bibbins Ruth Mrs., bds. 14 Cottage 
Bidgood Jacob, farmer, h. Cold river bridge 
Bigelow F. L., clerk, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Billadeau Joseph, quarryman, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Billadeau Thos., laborer, h. 51 South 
Billings Agnes, shirtmaker, bds. 12 Pine. 
Billings Avery, farmer, h. west road to Clarendon 
Billings B. & Son, fine groceries, provisions, teas, etc., 

12 Merchants Row 
'Billings Benjamin (B. Billings & Son), h. 20 Cottage 
Billings Yida E. Miss, h. 33 Grove 

CEIL I« ^DECORATIONS A SPECIALTY, IN PAPER, LIKCRUSTA 

WALTON and Other Designs 

THS TWTTLE CO. 



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*■ Elbriclge H. Wood, ■* 



■ DEALER JN - 



,<> 




House MKHii Bntf 

TIN, SHEET IRON AND 
COPPER WARE, Etc, 

Plumbing, Gas and Water Piping, 
Roofing, Jobbing, etc. 

Agent for the OuiiUKV II eat Bit, 

Eenderhos's Hot Air Fub- 

nace, Parib Range, and Bwett 

& Co's "Popular" AND "PULL- 

Fjian" Ranges and Burlington 

^ Pahloh Stoves. 

No. 2 West St., Cor. Main, RUTLAND, VT. 

A, D. PEI^INS, 

And Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Ptotoffraplis aiifl MGMmental Eesiffns ^ 

OF ALL MANUFACTURERS. 

33 Center Street, 

MJTLAHJD, YJEEM0HT. 

FRANK M. McLEAN, 

&gf$9$$$ ft i Wttni t m 

ENGRAVING AND COLOR WORK OF ALL KINDS. 
No. 3 Grove Street, - - - RUTLAND, VT. 

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See The .Etna Life BEFORE YOU INSURE. 

Billings Frederick P. (B. Billings & Son), h. 1 Burnham 

avo. 
Billings Jesse L., h. west road to Clarendon 
Billings Jesse D., li., west road to Clarendon 
Billings Justus, laborer, h. TO North Main 
Billings Nellie, dressmaker, lids. 12 Bine 
Billing 8 Parsons, teamster, h. 13 Evelyn 
Billing 8 Walter L., teamster, b. 13 Evelyn 
Bird H., laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Bishop, Eben W., li. Main, near Mill Village 
Bishop Ed., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., Proctor street, 

West Rutland 
Bishop Frank, rubbing bed, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Bishop F., laborer, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Bishop Fred, laborer, bds. 36 N. Main 

Bishop John, quarryman, h. 3 Sheldon tenement, W. Rutland 
Bishop L. Mrs., fashionable gownmaker, 2 Merchants Row 
Bishop Orlando W., moulder, h. 94 West 
Bisney John, marble worker, h. 24 Howe 
Bissell Aaron, farmer, h. SI Woodstock ave 
Bissell Elmer W., carpenter, h. 61 Woodstock ave. 
Bixby Albert, laborer, h. 17 Lincoln ave 
Bixby C. F. &. Co., dealers in groceries and provisions, 

canned goods, cigars, etc., 1 Grove, h. 22 State 
Bixby George, mechanic, h. S. Main, below fair ground. 
Bixby Chas. F., grocer, h. 15 Pino 



BILLINGS & SON, 



dealers; in 



Fine Groceries and Provisions, 

Corn, Flour, Meal, etc. 

Highest Cash Prices paid for Country Produce. 

Choiee Patent and Family Flour. 

Billings' Block, 12 Merc! i ants Row, Rutland. 
3. Bruges, p ,, BjuIMS 

(5) 



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■ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL URAL-KR !K- 




PittSlOE 

and 



DELAWARE 



HUDSON, f 



Office opposite the Freight Depot, Strong's Avenue, 
RUTLAND, - - VERMONT, 







WEST EUTJLAIB, - TEEfflONT. 



Wfenu 1, MhmstmQm* Fs®m. 



Post Office address, Box 42, 



WORCESTER, MASS. 




DEM. Kit IK 

Beef, Pork, Mote 

Poultry, Sausage, Salt 
and Fresh Fish, Etc. 

Also all kinds of 
Vegetables. 

3UTT EK. 
At Wholesale and Retail. 

Home Cured Hams aud Home Tried Laid a Specialty. 

36 Center Street, - RUTLAND, VT. 



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TEE RUTLAND DIRECTORY.. 43 

G^VNORTH, jjipn jjyj jgjj jn 2 6J HMAN1H0W. 

STATE MANAGEE, IU 11111 Willi 111U. UU., telephone. 

Bixby Jacob, laborer, 28 Plain 

Bixby Warren, baggagemaster, B. &. E., rooms 

Bixby William, painter, h. 45 Tine 

Bizallion Henry H., clerk, Combination score, bds. 42 Forest 

Biorkman Oust, laborer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Black Michael, laborer, h. Marble, opp. depot, West Rutland 

Black well Pat, quarry man, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

Blainfncrt L., qnarryman, Slieldon M. Co., West Rutland 

Blair David, h. 18 Chestnut ave. 

Blaisdell Ai, laborer, market gardener, h. Men don road, east 

of Mill Village 
Blake James H., farmer, h. Men don road 
Blakely Carlos, meat dealer, b. Woodstock ave. 
Blakely tliland IL, farmer, h. Creek road, Proctor 
Blanchard Alfred A., painter, h. 32 Mineral 
Blanchard Chanty R., h. 33 Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Blanchard Ellen, h. 33 Clarendon ave., West Rutland. 
Blancliard Frank H,, h. South Main, opp. fair ground 
Blanchard Frank R., fanner, h. 33 Clarendon ave. W. Rutland 
Blanchard Freeman P., engineer, h. 51 State 
Blanchard Geo. W., mechanic, h. S. Main, near fair ground 
Blanchard Harry O, machinist, 105 S. Main 
Bliss B. O, carpenter, V. M. Co., h. West at., Center Rutland 
Bliss Charles, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Bliss Thomas, qnarryman, h. Sheldon ave., off Pleasant, West 

Rutland. 
Bloomer H. C, inspector of work, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Bloor C. A. H., salesman, B. H. Burt's, bds. 7 Cottage. 
Blossom Edward, slater, h. turnpike, east of Mill Yillage 
Blum A., loader, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Blum Gussie, domestic, Hi Chestnut ave. 
Blum Gust., laborer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Boancs Hugh, millman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Boanes Timothy, sawyer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Board man Chas. R., Boardman hill, West Rutland 
Boardman Edward H., farmer, Boardman hill, West Rutland 
Boardman Samuel Mrs., h. Boardman hill, West Rutland 
Bobeiy CO., qnarryman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
godmer H. D., florist, Merchants Row, bds. 19 S. Main 
Boisseau A., qnarryman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

Patronize Home Industry 



THE TUTTLE CO. 



and business firms, 
money in Rutland. 
11 and 13 Center Street 



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MARTIN B. SHERIDAN, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 



BUTCH 



Native Stock 

A 

Specialty. 




SLAUGHTER 
HOUSE 

and 
RESIDENCE 

on 

Harrington Ave. 



Corner West and Main Streets, RUTLAND, VT. 



S* W. JVicfoots, 



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^PORTRAIT AND [ 



LANDSCAPE 



PHOTOGRAPHER.* ] 



Instantaneous Process and Large Portraits a Specialty. 
211 Center Street, - - - RUTLAND, VT, 



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3ST, jft.- rsige. 



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RUTLAITD, 



BARDWELL HOUSE 

LIVBRT ST11£E, 

Where at ail times First- Class Turnouts can 

be had with careful and experienced 

drivers on short notice ► 

VERMONT. 



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gave. Money ail Insure in The ^Etna Life. 



Bolan Mary Miss, employed at Bates House 

Bolan Wm.j laborer, h. 45 Green 

Bolan Margaret Mrs., h. 45 Green 

Bolan Martin, moulder, li. 100 River 

Boland Bridget, domestic, 9 Summer 

Boldtic Henry, wagonmaker, h. Mill village 

Bond Ella, bda. 60 Pine 

Bond E. S. Mrs., h. 60 Pine 

Bond Horace W., gardener for Chas. Clement, Center Rutland 

Bond F- G-j clerk, Bates House 

Bond Samuel S., painter, h. 26 Forest 

Boner Hugh E., marble polisher, li. 9 Cherry 

Bonneau Louise Mrs., h. 62 Forest 

Bouneau Minnie, bds. 62 Forest 

Boody Henry F., engineer, Electric Light, bds. 42 Center 

Booth Geo. E., ironer, bds. 1 Maple 

Borden William, farmer, bds. Park, opp. Granger 

Bosworth Mrs. C. A., 2£ Merchants Row 

Bottum Fritz G., student, h. 36 Grove 

Bottum C. R., cashier Baxter National Bank, h. 46 Grove 

Boucha Louis, quarryman, h. 9 Sbeldon tenement, W. Rutland 

Bouchard Wm., quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Bourdon Oliver, millman, V. M. Co., tenement 14, W. Rutland 

Bourgeois Chas. H,, painter, h. 30 Elm 

Bourne Chas. E., clerk B. & R. railway, office in depot, 

h. 11 Jackson ave. 
Bourne Dennis, laborer, h. 1 Grant ave. 
Bourne H. L. Mrs., dressmaker, h. S School, Proctor 
Bourne M. A., coal dealer, office Strong's ave. opposite 

freight bouse, h. 17 Washington (sec adv.) 
Bourne Sidney, hostler, Hassam's livery, 51 West 
Bousquet George, laborer, h. 17 Williams 
Bousquet Narcisse, laborer, h. 15 Green 
Bousquet Thos., moulder, b. 91 River 
Bowen Albert, wheelwright, h. 19 Gibson ave. 
Bo wen Charlotte, teacher, h. 6 Howe 
Bowen Cortis C, shirtmaker, bds. 65 Meadow 
Bo wen Daniel, marble cutter, h. 41 Franklin 
Bowen Katie, shirtmaker, bds. 44 Elm 
Bo wen Mary, sh irtmaker, bds. 44 Elm 

Largest Printing, Binding and Stationery House in the State, 

THE TUTTLE COMPANY. 



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Bowen Lottie, shirtmaker, bds. 12 

Bowen Lillie X, bds. 67 Wales 

gowen Mary, shirtmaker, bds, 44 Elm 

Bowen Milo, blacksmith, h. 65 Meadow 

Bo wen Thomas, quarry man, Esperanza, West Rutland 

Bowes Alfred, machinist, h. 5 Campbell, West Rutland 

Bowman Edward, horse breeder, h. 116 N. Main 

Bowtell Edward, painter, h. 38 Washington 

Bowtell Saimiet, li. 4 Williams 

Bowtell Samuel Jr., commercial traveler, h. 53 Kendall ave. 

Boyce E. J., foreman, V, M, Co., Proctor 

Boyden J., mail clerk, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Boyle James E., telegrapher, "Western Union," bds. 12 

Granger 
Boyle John T., printer, " Pelton's," h. 12 Granger. 
Boyle John T., printer, " Herald," bds. 12 Granger 
Boynton A. J., clerk at Berwick House 
Boynton David, printer, h. 2 Woodstock ave. 
Boynton William I)., blacksmith, h. 19 £ Jackson ave. 
Boynton Mrs. Mary, 19 Jackson ave. 
Bracken Pat, quarry man, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Bradley Jennie, domestic, IS Chestnut ave. 
Bradley Nellie, domestic, 1 Garden 

Bradley Words M., with Estcy Organ Co., 25 Merchants Row 
Bradford M. M. Mrs., 79 Center 
Bradshaw Patrick Mrs., h. 17 Mineral 
Bragg Frank W., jeweler, Marshall Bros., h 

Row 
Bragg Thomas P., bookkeeper, Wheeler & 

West 

Bragg William, machinist, h. 81 Forest 
Brainard Josephine Mrs., h. 98 West 
Bralcy Samuel T., draughtsman, h, 14 Park 
Branch William, marble worker, h. 3 Evergreen 
Branshaw, Albert, machinist, h. 38 Pine 
Branshaw Edward, bds. 26 Elm 
Braushaw Henry H., postal clerk, h. 26 Elm 
[Branshaw Henry, carpenter, h. 26 Elm 
Branshaw Joseph, cigarmaker, h. 26 Elm 
Branshaw Malvina, clerk, Ross Bros., h. 26 Elm 

1 832^Established 57 Years--1889. pape |' o r ks. t,nc ' 

THE TUTTLE CO, Center Street. 



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MOSELEY & STODDARD WH 80., 



— : MANUFACTUKEIlS OP : 



IMPROVED DAIRYING APPARATUS, 



AND D|5AI-£KS IN ALL KJKDfiOl- 



Dairy Furnishing Goods. 

Incorporated 1881. 

M. 0. STODDARD, Treas. and Supt. 
Cor. West and Forest Sts., RUTLAND, VERMONT. 

— — - — e.eoo.ooo • 

HHii GENUINE SINGER SEWING MACHINES^ 

Have been sold and given perfect satisfaction. Two entirely new styles of 

Litilit Running, High Arm Machines, V. S. and I. F., the most 

Perfect Machines nuule, can be seen at our office. 

THE SUNTGJEI^ IS^-A.ISrtrFA.CXTJUII^'Gr CO. 

2 Chubcii St., W.W, VAUGHAN, Agt, RUTLAND, VT. 



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"Ukoumui. 



manul-actuheii of 

CARRIAGES AND SLEIGHS, 

j locksmith, Horse shoer and General Jobber. Also a 

first-Class Livery and Feed Stable, 

With good Turnouts and careful Drivers at reasonable 
rates , 
- - EUTLAND, VT. 



fflg.^7. TerriU Street, 



Office, 22 Center St. 
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GEO. H. F&BHSWOBTH, 
UErnEI^INAI^Y SURGEON, j 

Q-SE.A-TS'C.A-TE OF 

Ontario Veterinary College, Ontario, Canada. 



Residence, 27 West St. 

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ggaflB E TNA'S COFY-RIQHTED plans. 

Bree Daniel, keeper at Bouse of Correction 

Breed Geo. F, Corona Marble Co., bds. Bates House 

Breeu Edward, quarry man, Sheldon M. Co., b. Pleasant, West 

Rutland 
green Wm., quarry man, V. M. Co., tenement 83, W. Rutland 
Brecn Hugh, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., West Butland 
Breen Peter, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Brehmer Louis P., tnneic teacher, and dealer in pianos and 

organs, Center, cor. Wales, h. 24 N. Main 
grehmer Louis F., musician, h. 24 N. Main 
Brehmer Philip H-, musician and piano tuner, 17 Center, 

h. 97 Grove, (see adv.) 
Bremian Lillie, bds. 3 Jackson ave. 
Brennan Ellen Mrs., h. 3 Jackson ave. 
Brennan John, quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Bremian Katie, dressmaker, bds. 3 Jackson ave. 
Bret) an Mary, dressmaker, bds. 3 Jackson ave. 
Bremian Patrick, employed at Sheldon's, h. Pleasant, West 

Rutland. 
Brennan J as., employed at Sheldon's, h. Pleasant, W. Rutland 
Brcsnihan P. F., coper, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Breton Samuel, employed at True Blue Marble Co. 
Brewer Calvin Mrs., h. 8 Crescent 
Brewster Geo. M., ironer, bds. 3fi State 
Brewster H. M., li. Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Brewster H. M. Jr., bds. Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Brewster H. W., machinist, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Brewster Henry, h. Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Brewster John B., farmer, h. Clarendon road, West Rutland 
Brewster John D., foreman Valido Marble Co.,h. Claren- 
don road, West Rutland 
Bridge Louis, millman. Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Bridges Edward, carpenter, b. 6 Harrison ave. 
Bricn Hugh, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Bricn Peter, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Rriggs Chas. F., moulder, li. 16 Plain 
Briggs Jas., moulder, H. S. Co., h. 14 Plain 
Brine Chas., foreman Esperanza, h. Pleasant st., W. Rutland 
-Brine Geo., carpenter, V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Erislin James, cigarmaker, h. 24 Woodstock ave. 



MarMe City Writing Paper. 

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A LIVE NEWSPAPER. 

TYTi' NEWSIEST AND MOST INDEPENDENT IN 

VERMONT. 

EMILY, MEEKLY MB SIOTIBJ&Y* 

Tiie Best khmlimi Mm in the State. 



THE EVENING. EDITION is published tit 5 p. m., and records all 
the transactions or the day, 

THE SUNDAY EDITION is published Sunday mornings. It is an 
eight-page paper, double in size to the Daily edition, and in addition to all 
tlie latest news, contains a large amount of miscellaneous Sunday reading, 

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAM is the largest paper in the State, an 
eight page q uatto, and contains reading matter of interest to the family, 
and the latest news at time of going to press. It is published on Thurs- 
days, 



SUBSCKIPTION. 

Per Sis Three One 

year, months, months, mouth, 

EvMiNt; Edition, flj.OO $2,50 $1,23 $0,43 

Wbrkly ■' 1.50 .75 .50 .20 

Sunday " 2.00 100 .50 .30 

I£>g"Wheii not paid in advance, 50 cents will be added per year. 

Publishers— THE REVIEW COMPANY. 

LTIAS SHELDON, Pubsiuent. 

B. W. MARSHALL. Tkeas. and Manager. 



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STATE MAN AGER, 



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2tlMB[M»TS ROW. 

! TELTTHOM. 



Brislin John W., laborer, h. 31 South 

Brislin John A., h. rear 33 Clarendon ave., W. Rutland. 

JJnslin Michael, laborer, h. 4 Hopkins 

JJrislin William, switchman, h. 75 Green 

Britton Anselme, carpenter, h. 4 Fifth ave. 

Britton Eugene, bds. 4 Fifth ave. 

Britton Myron A. (A. P. Fuller & Co.), h. 20 State 

Brock S. A., prop. Brock House, S. Main, cor. Engrain ave. 
(see adv.) 

Brodeur Eliza Mrs., h. 1 Campbell, West Rutland 

Brohan Bridget, h. 73 S. Main 

Brohan Maggie, bds. 73 S, Main 

Brohan P. A., drug clerk, bds. 73 S. Main 

Brohan Patrick, shoemaker at Hoag & Clauson, h. 73 S.Mam 

Brohan Thomas, marble worker, b. 73 S. Main. 

Bromley Jerome B., salesman at Dunn ife Cram ton's, 14 
Merchants Row 

Brooks Addie, cook, bds. 36 Grove 

Brooks Alfred, h. 3 Lafayette 

Brooks W. M., billing clerk, V. M. Co., Proctor. 

Brophy Leon A., draughtsman, Everson & Co., h. 31 Forest 

Brophy Leonard, trace]-, bds. 12 Evelyn 

Brophy Myron A., marble turner, Columbian Marble Co., h. 
31 Forest 

Brophy Frank, marble turner, h. 31 State 

Brophy Leon A., employed V. M. Co., Cenfer Rutland 

Brothers A., laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Brothers Andrew, mechanic, b. 31 Pine 

Brothers N. J., clerk, V. M, Co. store, Proctor 

Brousseau Albert, clerk for W. C. Landon, h. 1 Bobbins 

Bronsseau Peter, moulder, h. 1 Robbing 

Brown Amelia E., physician and surgeon, office and resi- 
dence 31| Merchants Row ; office hours, 9 a. m. to J 2:30 
r. m. 

Brown A. N., dnig clerk, bds. 65 State 

Brown A. H., carpenter, h. Park, near Forest 

Brown Allen W., jroncr, bds. 13 Mineral 

Brown Chas. H., engineer, C. V. R. R., h. 13 Snimner 

Brown Chas. R, pressman, The Tuttle Co., bds. 14 Cherry 

Brown Daniel D,, brakeman, h. 84 East 

FLOUR - ; 

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WRAPPING PAPKR Ml) TWIHf, at. wbnlesale. 

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Weekly Established in 1794 * Daily Established in 1861. 

G^ WEE KLY ^ 

Tlie Largest Paper in Vermont. 

PRICE, $1-00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 

EIGHT PAGES, FASTENED AND OPENED. 

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Issued Every Morning Except Sunday. 



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3 CENTS, OR 50 CENTS A MONTH, OR $6.00 A YEAR. 
LARGEST 

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WHEN shall I Insure? NOW. 

Brown E. H., painter, h. 10 Gibson ave. 

Brown Frank J., jeweler at Marshall's, bds. 6 Nichols 

Brown F. W., fanner and breeder of Ayrshire eattle, ]j. 
114 N. Main 

Brown George, off Clarendon ave., West Rutland 

Brown Geo. F., carpenter and builder, h. 6 Nichols 

Brown Harry C, clerk for H. H. Brown & Co., h. Pleasant 
street, West Rutland 

Brown Hattie, shirt maker, bds. 3 Cherry 

Brown Helen E., bds. 19 West 

Brown Henry, sawyer, h. 14 Cherry 

Brown H. C. Mrs., bds. 21 Grove 

Brown H. H. & Co., general merchandise, West Rutland 

Brown H- H., h. Pleasant St., West Rutland 

Brown H. J., carpenter, h. 34 Eoss, West Rutland 

Brown H. R., hostler, h. Bark, near Forest 

Brown Isabella M. Miss, h. 10 West 

Brown James, civil engineer, h. 10 West 

Brown Louise A. Miss, h. 114 N. Main 

Brown L. G. s clerk, F. W. Watkins, h. Williams, cor. Chest 
nut ave. 

Brown Margaret Mrs., widow, h. 33 River 

Brown Martin E., machinist, h. 33 River 

Brown Maria M. Mrs., bds. 60 Pine 

Brown Mary, shirt maker, 13 Mineral 

Brown Mary E. Miss, Pleasant st., West Rutland 

Brown M. G., h. 60 Pino 

Brown M. R., wholesale manufacturer of cemetery, build- 
ing and decorative marble work, office State st., h. 31 S. 
Main (see adv.) 

Brown Nelson Mrs., h. opp. House of Correction 

Brown Olive, shirt maker, 13 Mineral 

Brown Oscar Mrs., h. 19 West 

Brown Patrick, laborer, h. 83 Granger 

Brown Patrick, asst. cook at Bates House 

Brown Patrick, guarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 

Brown Thos. M., h. 83 Granger 

Brown Wm. A., messenger Western Union, h. River street 

growne Anna G., clerk, bds. Travers place 

Bruce Frank, engineer, h. 36 Washington 



PJLPEBS r53S s *y£ t I?J i iS*;J 



N'GS AND PICTURE FRAMES. 

THE TUTTLE CO., Center Street. 



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MANUFACTURES ANT DEALER *VJ 

Hard and Soft Wood Lumber, Stoneboat Plank, Rollers, 

Wooden Eavespouts, Cord Wood and Slabs, Doors, 

Windows, Blinds, Lath, Shingles, and all kinds 

, PINE AND FINISHING LUMBER. 

YARD AND OFFICE, 33 State St., 

RUTLAND, - - VERMONT. 



^ESTABLISHED 187S.<5«^ 

C- H. "WINTERS, 

^BALTIHOHB+OYSTER*HOUSBi-&- 

31 WALES AND E9 GEHTER STREETS, ROTUND, YT. 
Oysters fresh everyday, by tW qttfttt, gallon or barrel, or served by tlic dish in any style, 1 

The only Wholesale Oyster House in Vermont. 
Also choice Cifr^rs, Tobacco, Confectioner!*, Canned Goods, etc. Prices always just I 

rUjhti 
SADDLE ROCKS, BLIJK POINTS, 

PROVIOKNCE ItlVKK EXTRAS. SOUTHERN STOCK. 

GLOBE IHIOTIEIL,, 

C. G-. MASON. Proprietor. 

Board by the Day or week, 

good accommodations. terms moderate. 

A Good Livery Connected with the Honse. 

33 West Street, - - - RUTLAND, VT. 

Mrs. A. A. Rawson, 
Fashionable Millinery. 




The ladies of Rutland are respectfully invited to call at our new store, 
32 Wales street, anil examine our new stock of Millinery goods which have 
been carefully selected in New York City. 

My business connections are so extensive that I am enabled to purchaser 
direct from the importers and manufacturers, and give to my customers the 
benefit of the latest and best style of goods for the lowest N. Y. prices. 



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gTf. north, HTM LIFE IMS CO ^ mmntsriiw. 

STATE MANAGE R, 1L > x ■"" nil n 1J - 1Ul uu l TKLKI'lJOMi. 

J5rn.nct Napoleon, h. IIS Forest 

Brutcn Daniel, 3i. 4 Hopkins 

Britten Edward J., letter earrier, It. 30 Stronga ave. 

Unite: i James H-, li. 30 Strongs ave. 

Bruteu John, mechanic, li. 27 Meadow 

Bryant John F., (Davis & Bryant) h. 41 Grove 

Buck E. M., at Parmentcr's Ins. agency, Center, tor, Wales 

Bttckland Oiiarles, mechanic, b. 28 State 

Buckley C. A., machinist, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Buckley Thomas, marble worker, h. 130 Forest 

Bnckman G. D., packer, Howe Scale Co., h. Q Maple 

Bncklin May, clerk, h. 28 Church 

Sucklin Minnie, clerk, h. 28 Church 

Buck! in Rnfus D., marble agent, h. 28 Church 

Buckingham Win, B., rector Trinity church, h. 40 West 

Buck man (x. D. Mrs., h. 6 Maple 

Bulfitm Caleb P., bds. 103 S. Main, near R. R. crossing 

Buffum Caleb, butcher, h. 103 S. Main, near R. R. crossing 

Buhl Henry, teamster, bds. 5 Ross, West Rutland 

Bull J.i teamster, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Bump Dennis S., filler, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Bunco Albert, gardener, h. Pleasant, West Rutland 

Bunker Charles H., yard master, C. V. R. R-, h. 28 Park 

Bunker Delia L., clerk, Combination Store, bds. 28 Park 

Burdett Alepha Mrs., h. 7 High, West Rutland 

Btirdett Jesse, supt. Rutland Division of C. V. R. R., 

office in depot, bds. Bard well House 
Burdiek Seymour, carpenter, bds. West st., Center Rutland 
Bttrdick W. W., marble worker, bds. West at., Center Rutland 
Burditt Edwin D., clerk, Gould & Burditt, bds. 54 N. Main 
Burditt Win. F., (Gould & Burditt), h. 54 North Main 
Burgess Geo., employed at V". M. Co., h. Rutland Valley 
Burgess Hsu-laud P., V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Burgess Lizzie Mrs., bds. 12 Church 
Burgess Mary, bds. 153 West 

Burgess 11., quarry man, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Burgliard Cbas. A., sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Burke Edward, yardman, Howe Scale Co., h. 32 South 
Burke Francis, teamster, li. 70 N. Main 
Burke James, carpenter, h. 17 Franklin 



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STATIOMY, For Fashion* Correspondence. 

THE TUTTLE CO., n and 13 Center Street. 




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THE RUTLAND DIBE0TOBT. 



m t EfTiji ,Railw a 



GEEEM MOUNTAIN ROUTE. 

Most Direct, Pleasant and Desirable 

Between New York. Troy, Albany, North Adams! 

and intermediate points, and 

Rutland, Burlington, St. Albans and Montreal 

to the North. 



DRAWING ROOM CARS 

On through Day Es press Trains, and 

♦ Sleepers on Night Trains.* 



Steel Rails, Solid Trains. Sure Connections, 
and Always on TimeT 

THE BEST LIKE IN THE STATE 

For Passengers West, via New York Central, West Shore 
or Rotterdam Junction. 



Ask for tickets via BENNINGTON & KUTLAND and FITCHBUKG 
Hail roads 

E. D. BENNETT, Supt. 

H. W. SPAFFORD, C. P. A., 

Rutland, Vermont. 



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f HER E shall I tare ? In The Mn lift, 261 Merchants Sow. 

Burke James, li. Clarendon ave., West Rutland 

Burke J. E., bookkeeper, h. 6 Smith, West Rutland 

Burke John, quarryman, True Blue Co., West Rutland 

Burke John, mill man, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

Burke John W., civil engineer, (Ohappell & Burke) bds. 11 

Royce 
Burke Maggie, 17 Franklin 
Burke Annie, 17 Franklin 
Burke Sarah, 17 Franklin 

Burke Nora T., milliner, 30 Marble, West Rutland 
Burke P. F., laborer at True Bine Marble Co. 
Burke Richard, cigarmaker, h. 24 Woodstock ave. 
Burke Thos., farmer, h. Castlcton road, West Rutland 
Burke Wm., teamster, h. 50 Brown 
Burlirigame Cyrus, barnessmaker and carriage trimmer, 

Wales, cor. Willow, h. 43 S. Main 
Bnrnliam S. E. (Burnham & Temple), h. 45 N. Main 
Burnham & Temple, general insurance agents, Clement 

Bank building, Merchants Row 
Burns Bernard, laborer, 7. M. Co., Castlcton road, West 

Rutland 
Burns Bridget, widow, h. 55 River 
Burns Edward, laborer, h. 22 Meadow 

Burns Edward, millman, V. M. Co., tenement 89, W. Rutland 
Bums Edward, blacksmith, bds. 17 Franklin 
Burns Edward, Jr., clerk, bds. 22 Meadow 
Burns E. A., iclerk, Union Pacific Tea Co., h. 22 Meadow 
Burns John, sawyer at True Blue Marble Co. 
Burns John, Jr., millman, V. M. Co., tenement 35, West 

Rutland 
Burns John, T. B. Co., tenement 35, West Rutland 
Burns Joseph, laborer, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Burns Maggie, h. 26 Maple 
Burns Maria, domestic, 20 Grove 
Burns Michael, laborer at True Blue Marble Co. 
Burns Patrick, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Burpee Joseph G., druggist, Center, cor. Wales, and Globe 

Hotel livery, West street, bds. 2& Elm 
Burpee Walter M., barber, Geo. T. Loop's, bds. 1 Nick- 

wackett . 



GOLD STRAW WRAPPING and 
STANDARD SHEATHING PAPER. 
(7) 



Sold only by 

THE TUTTLE CO. 



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L. SCOTT ARNOLD, 

^ARCHITECT.*- 

PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS, ESTIMATES AND BILLS OF MATERIAL FURNISHED 

For Public at Private Buildings, Highway Bridges, XJaros and OutbuitdiDga. 

Particular Attention Paid to Ventilation and Drainage. 

41 Crescent Street, - - RUTLAND, VERMONT. 

GEO. RICHARDSON, 

| t Livery, Boarding 1 Sale Stables 

CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. 

First class Turnouts, with careful and expo. 

rienced drivers, furnished at 

short notice. 

RUTLAND, VERMONT. 




<^.oAn., tux. £r 



32 & 34 Center Street, 



Headquarters for the best of all kinds of 

Fresh ani Salt Meats, M anfl Oysters, Groceries and Provisions, 

Flou^ Seas and Coffees, 

,£,. SFE! OIALTT. 

Ouu Motto : Bust Goods at Lowest Living Prices. 

E. GOSSELIN, Manager. 
No. 54 Ce ate r Street, opposite the Benvick House. 



1£^jE£C0 



£> 



-DEALER IM ■ 



JRlOrwl £%WM i%€% 



■ MANUFACTURER QT - 



Picture Frames, Window Gornjces & Window Screens. 

OEUESAL REPAIRING- PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

No. 42 Center Street, - - RUTLAND, VERMONT. 



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G. F. NORTH, 

S T&TE MAN AGES, 



AM UK INS. CO. 



2K MERCHA.HTS ROW. 

TKI.KPHONK, 



ave., West 



Burr Napoleon M,, bookkeeper, bds. 47 West 
Burr W. W., harnessmaker, h. 43 Clarendon 

Rutland 

Barrett Ezra, sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Burrett Louis, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Bursaw Fred, quarryman at True Bine Marble Co, 
Burt B. H., (established 1850} dry goods, 20 Merchants 

Row, h. 6 Grove, cor. West 



Bnrt Louis, bookkeeper, bds. Bates House 

Bnrtt James W., b. Ross, cor. Main, West Rutland 

Burton Lewis W, shipping clerk, Columbian M. Co., b. 22 

State 
Bushel Patrick, coachman, 35 Washington 
Bushel Patrick, sawyer, V, M. Co., tenement 87, W. Rutland 
Bushey Joseph M., mechanic, h. 12 Royce ave. 
Buswas Ed, quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Butler E. P.,' shipper, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Butler Edward C, keeper, House of Correction 
Butler Fred M. (Butler & Moloney), h. 9 Prospect 
Butlet" & Moloney, attorneys and counselors at law, 

Clement building 
Butler Peter, millman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Butler Rufus C, baker, Rutland Cracker Co., 2 Evelyn 
Butler Thos. L., laborer, h. 13 School 

Butterfield Benjamin Frank, farmer, milkman, h. 9 Crescent 
Butterfly Jas., laborer, h. Main street, below fair ground 
Button Frank H., lumber, h. 19 Crescent 
Buzzo George H., miller, bds. 1 Post 
By ram D. R., agent for novelties, bds. 5£ Grove 
Byrnes W. J., foreman blacksmith, Center Rutland 



Caccialori L., carver, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Caden Bridget Mrs., h. 26 Baxter 
Cad en John, merchant, h. 26 Baxter 
Cadott Eugene, quarryman, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Cadwallader W. T., printer, Herald, bds. Globe Hotel 
Cahee Albert E., upholsterer for J. W. Stearns, h. 58 Ken- 
dall ave. 

Binding, Printing, Publishing, in all Branches. Th £Sft£?£l£'°*' 

THE TUTTLE CO., Established 1832. 



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** E. H- T VsF HITE> 

Watches, Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, Spectacles, 

Musical Instruments, Q-uns, Revolvers, Cartridges, &c. 

REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE. VIOLIN STRINGS A SPECIALTY. 

Manager of Telephone Office. 

TSo. 6 Main Street, - - - WEST RUTLAND, VT 



ARTHUR J.COURSELLE, 
-#^FL0BiST, GBOWER AND DEALER Hit- 



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Shop 27 Evelyn St., Residence 25 Elm St., 



WM. METZCER, 

Practical Upholsterer. 

JOBBING 

AND 

Also Manufacturer of Awnings, 

Orders left at L. G- Kingsley T s Store 
will receive prompt attention, 

KUTLAWD, VT. 



G. E. GRAVES, 

1 respectfully ask your attention to more complete and desirable bargains in 

Groceries, Pro™, Brigs, Merliclnes ad Fancy Ms 

Than 1 have ever before been able to offer. 

MY STOCK I CLAIM IS OF SUPERIOR QUALITY. 
Not an article from "Bargain Houses," -where damaged goods aT8 
thrown on the market. Bargains offered to the public 312 days in the year 
for Cash or Beady Pay. Asking for your investigation I am, respect- 
fully, 

a, E. GRAVES, Main St., Opp. the Park. 



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— All Policies Non-Forfeiting. 

Caber Patrick, quarry man, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

Cahill Patrick, machinist, h. 45 Sooth 

Cain Annie, domestic, 34 Howe 

Cain Francis, polisher, bds. West at, Center Rutland 

Cain John, robbing bed, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Cain Jewett P., marble dealer, h. 102 Grove 

Cain Jane Miss, h. 5 Pine 

Cain Mary Miss, h. 5 Pine 

Cain John Mrs., h. 102 Grove, above North 

Cain John A., fanner, h. 102 Grove, above North 

Cain Michael, h. 70 Woodstock ave. 

Cain Michael, Jr., li. 70 Woodstock ave. 

Cain Oliver J., druggist, 31 Center, h. 40 Chinch 

Cain Patrick, &Q Wales, li. 54 Green 

Caissy Louis Mrs., h. 78 West 

Callahan Daniel, laborer, h. 31 Brown 

Callahan John, laborer, h. 31 Brown 

Callahan James, laborer, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

Callahan John, road to Proctor, Center Rutland 

Callahan John Jr., road to Proctor, Center Rutland 

Callahan Joseph, employed Columbian M. Co., Proctor 

Callahan Martin, teamster at Esperanza, West Rutland 

Callahan Stephen, Jr., telegraph operator, bds. 39 Wales 

Callahan Win., cutter, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Callahan W. E., h. West St., Center Rutland 
Callahan James, h. 14 Barries, West Rutland 
Callaway Fred, machinenian, at Valido Marble Co., West 

Rutland 
Cameron John, tinsmith, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Cameron John C, clerk, Yan Doom & Tilson, bds. ' 
Cameron William, foreman blacksmith, V. 

Proctor, h. West St., Center Rutland 
Campbell A. B., carpenter, h. 9 State. 
Campbell Chas. E., bridge builder, h. 6 Summer 
Campbell Chas. H~, livery and undertaker, 70 Marble, 

h. 33 Main, West Rutland, (see adv.) 
Campbell Edgar L., teamster, h. 19 Woodstock ave. 
Campbell Jerome M., druggist, h. S Summer 
Campbell Nettie, clerk, h. 9 State 
Canary James, polisher, bds. 67 Forest 

HALF A MILLION ENVELOPES A1 *"*ys °» sale. 

THE TUTTLE CO, 



Prospect 
M. Co.. 



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*. M* CUmMUfc 



-J1RALHR IN ■ 



-Pure ♦ Drugs ♦ antl ♦ Wiemicals,* 

faints, 0ils, ilass # Ianrfs&«a, 

-S-THE UTEST AND BEST GENUINE -£*- 

Patent Medicines, Choice Perfumery, Toilet 

Articles, English and American Hair 

Brushes, Foreign and Domestic 

Toilet Soaps, 

"With a full, choice stock of Fancy Goods. 




ALSO A KDI,L LINE OP - 



Watches, Jewelry, Sold and Mini Hated Ware. 



23 Center Street, 



RUTLAND, YT. 



LEADING CLOTHIERS 



■•-^tSt O F <?«?-'' 



RUTLAND, 



VERMONT. 






RoGfiestei doting Do v 

Leaders in Fine Goads and Lowest Prices, 

CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, GENTS' AND 
BOYS' FURNISHING GOODS- 

Lowest Priced House in Vermont! 



West 

Co., : 



Rutland 

i. Castleton road, 



h. Castleton road, West 



ave. 



of. north, JlTlf A LIFE INS CO hsmmahtsmw. 

gTATE MANAGEE, JUllm Ull JJ 1UU, UU., telephone. 

Canasa E-, cutter, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Candlish A. Mrs., widow, L. 74 Woodstock ave. 
landlish Mary E. Mrs., h. 11 West 
Canfteld Annie, domestic, 20 Nichols 
Canneld Margaret, h. Castleton road 
Canneld Thos., quarryman, Y. M. 

"West Rutland 
Can ti eld Wm., employed Y. M. Co., 

Rutland 
Canley J)aniel, teamster, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Cannon Bernhard, fireman, bds. 63 River 
Cannon F., quanyman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Cannon Katie, bds. 63 River 
Cannon John, fireman, h. 61 River 
Cannon Mary, domestic, 67 Church 

Cannon Michael, farmer, h. Clarendon ave,, West Rutland 
Cannon Patrick, marble worker, Sheldon's, h. Clarendon 

West Rutland 
Cannon Patrick, sealer, h. 107 Forest 
Cannon Stephen, quarry man, Y. M. Co, 

Rutland 
Cannon Thomas, laborer, h. 63 River 
Cannon Thomas, Jr., bds. 63 River 
Canty Jeremiah, laborer, h. 40 Temple 
Canty John, marble worker, h. 16 Lincoln ave. 
Canty L. Mrs., tailoress, L. Sehwarz, h. 16 Lincoln ave. 
Canty Patrick, carpenter, bds. 104 North 
Canty Thomas, laborer, h. 40 Temple 
Canty Thomas, teamster, h. 48 Woodstock ave. 
Capelese John E., machinist, h. 15 Cram ton ave. 
Capeless John, h. on R. R. ; opp. Plain 
Capeless Michael, car repairer, R. R., opp. Plain 
Capen Andrew, blacksmith, h. 32 S. Main 
Capen Fred., bds. 32 S. Main 
Capron Benjamin, farmer, east of Mill Yillage 
Capron Geo., farmer, east of Mill Yillage 
Capron Lemuel II., farmer, h. west creek road, Proctor 
Capron Lab an, farmer, li. head of Woodstock ave., near town 

line 
Capron Thomas, creek road, Proctor 



tenement 21, West 



OfflCE STATIONERY. 



Everything needed by Merchants, Bankers 
or Professional Men. THE TUTTLE CO. 



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** C. E. BARKER, 3M- 

HHCK, LIVERY § SALE ST0BLE. 

(Successor to M. QUINN.) 

Good Horses and Easy Hiding Cnrriages for liusiness and Pleasure 

Parties. Reliable Teams for all Occasions at short 

notice and Reasonable Prices, 

ORDERS RECEIVED FOR "WEDDINGS, FUNERALS, ETC. 
OPEN 1>AY AN" !!TBHT,2~5~£^=TELBPHOSB COSHECTIOM . 

-•8 22 CENTER STREET.*- 

|^~ Orders by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. ,Jf3 



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(Sai^pbntei^ and Builder. 




Promptly Attended to. 

DEALER IN REAL ESTATE. 

OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, 32 CHTJKCH STREET, 

RUTLAND, VERMONT. 

— n. is:, lord, — 



-DEALER IK - 



He. 4 Church Street, - RUTLAND, VT. 
JOHN F. McGUIRK, 

— I):-. ■.i.P.i; in — 

^Choice** Family #Groceries,^ 

PROVISIONS, AHD PRESH AND SALT MEATS. 
No. 2 Strongs Avenue, - - RUTLAND, VT, 



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iOolicies Indisputable After Death. 

Capron Thcron, fanner, h. 30 Rose, West Rutland 

Capron Henry, farmer, West creek road, Proctor 

Capron Minnie F., teacher, h. west creek road, Proctor 

Capron William, h. west creek road, Proctor 

Carbine James Mrs., h. 96 West 

Cardelte Chas. E., marble and lumber, li. 4 Park ave. 

Carder John S., marble carver, b 17 Barnes, West Rutland 

Carder Thomas, tinsmith, h. 81 Grove 

Carder Thomas, Jr., marble worker, b. 81 Grove 

Carig Henry, polisher, h. 99 Forest 

Carl hum 0. F., sawyer, Y. M. Co., Creek road, Proctor 

Carlin Thomas, polisher, bds. 33 Strongs ave. 

Carlin Owen, laborer, h. 12 Green 

Carlisle Edward D., carpenter, h. 52 Washington 

Car loss Joseph, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Carlson Andrew, laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Carlson August, quarry man, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Carlson Chas,, laborer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Carlson C. A., laborer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Carlson C. J., blacksmith, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Carlson Fred, polisher, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Carlson Gideon, employed Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Carlson Jno,, quarry man, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

Carlson John, polisher, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Carmody A. Belle, teacher, Pleasant st., West Rutland 

Carmody F., marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

Carmody Lizzie, clerk, C. A. Kilburn & Co., h. 1 Strongs ave. 

Carmody John, h. 9 Marble, West Rutland 

Carmody John, h. 2 Smith, West Rutland 

Carmody Margaret, tailoress, bds. 9 Marble, West Rutland 

Carmody Thomas, laborer, h. Clarendon road, West Rutland 

Carmody Thos., stone cuttor, h. 1 Smith, West Rutland 

Carmody Thos. A., gents' furnishings, 18 Marble, h. Pleasant 

St., West Rutland 
Carney Andrew, driver, h. West St., Center Rutland 
Carney Bernard, cutter, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Carney Cornelius, employed Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Carney Patrick, marble worker, h. 29 Main, Weet Rutland 
Carpenter David, mason, h. 28 East 
Carpenter Emily A. Miss, h. 31 Washington 



Calligraphic, Stylographic 

AND UNtlUE rOUNTAlH PES8. 

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11 and 13 Center St, 



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S. P. WILLIAMS, 

Rutland Steam Carpet Cleaning and Feather 
Renovating Works. 

CARPETS MADE TO LOOK AS GOOD AS MEW. 



Our Feather Renovating pro- 
cess increases the balk nearly 
one-half, removes offensive odors 





$Hu and kills all germs of moths and 



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MANUFACTURER OF 






v>7^ppr BEE HIVES, 
BEE-KEEPERS* SUPPLIES AND PACKING SOXES. 

Small Xj^cik: Comsi Boxes a. Specialty. 
No. 10 Baxter Street, - - RUTLAND, VERMONT. 

<30EL @. BA^EI^, 






-AND- 



SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. 
Office, 56 Center St, (Music Hall Entrance, Wales St.), RUTLAND, 

J. B. KILBURN & CO., 

PHAIXRS IN 

DRY GOODS c# CARPETS, 

LAOES, CLOAKS, ETC., 

17 CKMTEit Street; 



CHARLOTTE A. KILBURN & CO., 

17 Center Street, .... RUTLAND, VT. 

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G. F. NORTH, 

STATE MANAGER 



MA LIFE M CO raiwsRow. 

t miiiuuiiuuiu, UU., TELEPHONE. 



Carpenter Frank E., teamster, h. 70 Grove 

Carpenter Geo., wheelwright, bds. 28 East 

Carpenter H. C. Jr., clerk, The Tattle Co., bth. 7 Cottage 

Carpenter H. O.&. Co., fine groceries, fruits, flour and 

table luxuries, 67 Merchants Row 
Carpenter H. O., (Oramton & Carpenter), h. 31 Washington 
Carpenter H. C, traveling for Gould & Burditt 
Carpenter J. Frank, mason, h. 14 East 
Carpenter W. A., farmer, Creek road, Center Rutland 
Carrigan J. E., blacksmith, h. 38 State 
Carrigan Michael, laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Carrigan Nellie Mrs., li. West st., Center Rutland 
Carrigan Patrick, blacksmith, h. 38 State 
Carrigan Thomas, stone cutter, bds. 38 State 
Carroll Bernard, laborer, h. 15 South 
Carroll Eliza Mre., h. 97 West 
Carroll U. , teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Carroll James, off Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Carroll John, quarry man at Eaperanza, West Rutland 
Carroll John, machinist, h. 22 Forest 
Carroll Lawrence, laborer, h. 37 South 
Carroll Maggie A., domestic, 39 Grove 
Carroll Martin, sawyer, V. M. Co., bds. Pleasant, cor. Mill, 

West Rutland 
Carroll Patrick, polisher, h. R. R., opp. Plain st. 
Carroll Patrick A., shipping clerk, h. 41 Eim 
Carroll Pat., h. 97 West 
Carroll Thos., h. 97 West 

Carroll Robert IT., over Shedd & Son's store, Center Rutland 
Carroll Timothy, laborer, h. 22 Forest 
Carrtuh Alonzo, fireman, bds. 35 Howe 

CarTU triers James, night editor at Gerald office, h. 11 

Church 
Carson Robert, brakeman, h. 29 Granger 
Carter Charles, laborer, h. 4 Pine 

Carter p., marble worker, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
tarter Francis C, machinist, V. M. Co., Whipple road, AFest 

Rutland 
Carter James, farmer, Whipple Hollow road, West Rutland 
"trtcr Jamea J., laborer, Whipple H ollow rd„ West Rutland 

BLANfTBOOKS at very low prices. 

THE TUTTLE CO.. 11 and 13 Center Street, 



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ifflllSISS SOSffWAltSSK. 

Practical Tailor and Cutter, 

IMPORTER OF FINE WOOLENS, 
69 Center Street, - EUTLAND. VT. 




LOUIS SCHWARZ, Manager, 

67 Center Street, - RUTLAND, VT. 

Repairing of Gents' Clothing a Speeiali 



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ID. BARBER, 

Livery, Feel anil Sale Stal, 

FIRST-CLASS TURNOUTS, 

Willi Careful and Experienced 
Drivers. 

SADDLE HORSES A SPECIALTY. 
41 West Street, - - - RUTLAND, VT. 




John Duffy, 



AND IlF.Af iER [N - 



Ilowers, 

69 East Street, 
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.IgggtafirE Hants! 

RUTLAND, VT. 






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Try THE ^TNA LIFE. ^SlSisr. 

Carter Joseph, V. H. Co., Whipple Hollow road, West 
Rutland 

Carter Mary, cook, Brock House 

Carter 0., quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Carty Nellie, domestic, 20 West 

Gary Win. W., cashier, Stearns' market, Ii. nortli end Grove 

Casavau Felix, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Casavan Frank, tinsmith, h. 9 Engrem ave. 

Case Lewis, carpenter, h. 67 State 

Casey James, millman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

Casey James E., machinist, h. road to Proctor, Center Rut- 
land 

Casey John, h. 37 Marble, West Rutland 

Casey Koarn, quarry man, V. M. Co., h. tenement 8, West 
Rutland 

Casey Maggie, domestic, 16 West 

Casey Patrick, at Vermont Marble Co., Center Rutland 

Casey William, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Casino J., cutter, V. jVI. Co., Proctor 

Caslin Daniel H., polisher, V. M. Co., h. West st., Center 
Rutland 

Caslin Peter, laborer, h. 20 Meadow 

Caspison F., quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Cassidy John, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Cassidy, Mary, pastry cook at Bard well House 

Caste Cesare, cutter, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Caste Emil. V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Castle William, boxer, h. 147 West 

Caswell Edward H. Mrs., Ii. 9 N. Main 

Caswell Emma, bds. 9 N. Main 

Caswell E. R., h. 2 Pearl 

Caswell S. E. Mrs., h. 2 Pearl 

Caton 1). A., bds. 47 Spruce 

Caton Daniel, laborer, h. 47 Spruce 

Caton John, moulder, h. 44 Spruce 

Raton Kate, chambermaid, Brock House 

Caton Patrick, laborer, h. 47 Spruce 

Cattozi Andrew, cutter, V. M. Co. Proctor 

Cattozi F., Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
gvan^Bernard, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 

■PlWW S T A T TPi TiT ~U D V '" a " Lalest and 'Fashionable Designs and Tints, 

iw& JiAlWNERY THE TUTTLE CO. 



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J, HULIHAN. 



P. C. HULIHAN. 



Central maifiie # Granite WorRs, 

HULIHAN BROTHERS, Prop's. 



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Opposite the Depot, West Rutland, Vt. 



M. G. Ollivetti, 



Proprietor. 



Stables and a Good Livery Connected with the House. 

Coach leaves Barnes House every day for Clarendon Springs, 




The Official Programme of the Rutland Opera House, 
Published at Every Performance by 

Circulation, Season 1888-9, Over 20,000 Copies. 

Best and cheapest Advertising Medium in Town, For rates, apply to 
Publishers, 



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G. F. NORTH, 

STATE MANAGER 



jTEiiim£a,»isii|ow. 



Caverly Chas. S., physician and surgeon, office and resi- 
dence 2 Court, cor. West Office hours, 1 to 3 and 7 to 
8 r. m. 

Chaffee F. & Son, dealers in lumber, flour and grain and 
agents Akron drain pipe, 14 West 

Chaffee Ered. (F. Chaffee & Son), h. 107 S. Main, near fan- 
ground 

Chaffee Geo. T. (F. Chaffee & Son), and (George T. Chaffee 
& Co.), hi 107 S. Main near fair ground 

Chaffee Geo. T. & Co., dealers in milk, butter, cream, 
flour, meal, etc., 18 Center 

Chaffee Newman K., student, Burlington University, it. with 
F. Chaffee 

Chalmers Geo. E., hooks, stationery, artists' materials, 
newspapers, 30 Merchants Row, h. 46 Wales, (see adv.) 

Chamherlin Chas. N., machinist, b, 66 Wales 

Chamherlin E. Mrs., nurse, 72 West 

Chamherlin Henry, truckman, li. 72 West 

Cliambcrlin S. EL, Douglass, Charinell & Ohamberlin, h. 23 
State 

Champagne Philip, quarry man, V, M. Co., Proctor 

Champagne Xavier, quarry man, V, M. Co., Proctor 

Chandler Sarah M., resides witli Fred Chaffee, 107 S. Main 

Chandler O. N., h. Madison, cor. Strongs ave. 

Ciiannell Arthur B., tinsmith, C. E. Channell, bds. 22 Maple 

Channel I Chas. E., stoves, tinware, plumbing, etc., 9 
Grove, h. 20 Maple (sec adv.) 

Channell Clarence R., clerk, 0. E. Channell, bds. 22 Maple 

Channell Geo. H., (Douglass, Channell & Ghauibcrliu), h. 22 
Maple 

Channell Fred W., tinsmith, with C. E. Channell, h. 22 Maple 

Channell David B., h. 22 Maple 

Chappell & Burke, civil engineers and surveyors, office 
14 Clement building 

Chappell Thos. F., (Chappell & Burke), bds. Bates House 

Chapleau Joseph A., porter, Berwick House. 

Chaplin Anna K. Miss, clerk, Stockwell Bros., bds. 27 West 

Chaplin Ceo. W., slate roofing, h. 27 West 

Chaplin Jessie, bds. 27 West 

Chapman Calvin H., carpenter, h. 4 State 



FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS 

ARE THE BEST. 



They are for sale only at 

THE TUTTLE CO/S. 



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P. H. WHEELER 

DEALER IN FINE SWISS AND AMERICAN WATCHES. 

KEY AND STEM WINDING WATCHES 

in Gold and Silver. 

^SORHAM SOLID SILVER GOODS,* 

Reed & Barton's and Rogers' Plated Ware, 

Iticli Jewel r y , Chain:*, Silver Goods, Plated Ware 
and a very large variety of all grades of 

SFE OX .A. GILES, 

Part icular care taken in fitting. All makes of American and 

5*vtss Watches, including the celebrated [lore! andCour- 

voisier Watches^ the best made. No fancy names or 

prices,, but a gQ d article at a reasonable price* 




Slu ii of Hi-,- IlifC; 25 Merchants How, 



RUTLAND, TJUUfdlrX, 



FINE W^TCK BtEP7IIHI]S6 n SPECIFY. 

WOOD, COAL, LUMBER, FIOUK, BALLD HAY, 




^i© "'West Street, 



MEAL AND FEED 

Of All Kinds. 

COUNTRY PRODUCE HANDLED 

On Commission. 



■ ©ommekgial • House, 



o BOARD $1,50 PER DAT. 




35 Wales Street, 



Special Rates to "Weekly Boarders 

A GOOD 

LIVERY AND SALE STABLE 

connected. 

JOEL TODD, Prop'r. 

RUTLAND, YT. 



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THE MTKK LIFE Has H p ^° ^ lcy $67,000,000 



Chapman Chirk J., carpenter, h. 4 State 

Chapman F. II., h.47 Washington 

Chapman J. T. J. & Co., proprietor North Star Tea Co., 
Grove, cor. West (see adv.) 

Chapman J. T. J., teas and coffees, bds. 40 Washington 

Chapman Mamie .J". Miss, clerk, bds. 40 Washington 

Chapman Wm. J,, boilermaker and inventor, h. 40 Wash- 
ington, (see adv.) 

Charland Geo. H., traveling salesman, The Tnttle Co., h. 48 
Church 

Charehoni C. F., sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Charlton James, polisher, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Charon Alfred, wheelwright, h. 19 Union 

Chase Reuben L., physician and surgeon, office, 15 Wash- 
ington, h. West st. 

Chattcrton Barley, polisher, "V. M. Co., Proctor 

Chatterton M. II. Mrs., h. creek road to Proctor, Center Rut- 
land 

Chatterton Isaac S, Mrs., South st. Proctor 

Chatterton E. G. Mrs., creek road Proctor 

Chatterton J. H., dealer in horse rakes, mowing machines 
and hay tedders, also coal dealer, h. 32 Washington, coal 
yard 120 West (see adv.) 

Chatterton J. M. Mrs., h. 87 Grove. 

Chatterton S. Howard Mrs., music teacher and organ- 
ist, h 32 Washington 

Cheney Albert E., music teacher, bds. 3 Nickwaekett 

Cheney F. C. Miss, bookkeeper, bds. 8 Pleasant 

Cheney L. C. Miss, bds, 8 Pleasant 

Cheney Lyman S., clerk, h 1 High 

Cheney Gershom, farmer, h. 56 S. Main 

Cheney C. H. &. H. W., general store, 23 Strong ave. 
and Prospect street 

Cheney Geo. H. (G. H. & H. W. Cheney), 27 Crescent street 
hill 

Cheney Henry C, train despatches C. V. R. R., h. 45 Center 

Cheney H. W. (G. H. & H. W. Cheney), h. 8 Pleasant 

Cheney Jas. A., farmer, Pittsford road, near town line 

Cheney M. C. Miss, bds. 8 Pleasant 

Cheney Spencer C, painter, h. 86 N. Main cor. High 



1 WO Dollars stylouuYphiupen. 

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M. in Hie- ff(irU for lie Price, 

THE TTJTTLB GO. 



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aw s^s^e^i^s) 

(Successor to L. Miner & Son.) 

CARRIAGE t AND * SUM * MANUFACTURER. 

Blacksmithing, Horseshoeing and ^^ 

GETTEEAL 






JOBBINGS 



All W;>ik Fim-Class. 

Siili-U'.li'.'ll I'M I" MlV'i. 




OPPOSITE MEMOEIJi.Ii ZEEJ^X.X,. 

61 West Street, - - RUTLAND, VT. 



JVl. R. BROWN, 

(Successor to BunM ft Baclbv.) 

WHOLESALE MARBLE AND GRANITE- 

Monuments, Headstones, Tablets, Coning, 

AND ALL KINDS OF CEMETERY WORK. 

Furniture Tops, Plumber Slabs, Wainscoting, 
Mantels, Imposing Stones. 

BVTL1ND, - 



YXMVQW 



-*§=s+C. D. HEWITT,^ 

DEAt-EK IN 

BEEF, PORK, LAMB, VEAL, MUTTON, 

LARD, BUTTER, GHEESE, SAUSAGE, FISH, TRIPE, YECETABt.ES, OYSTERS, SO. 

ISP- Goooi Dullvskeu F*8B to ahvPakt oi'Tim Villa on. .ffitt 

Co*. Madison and Strongs ave., - RUTLAND, VERMONT. 



SAMUEL 0. ALEXANDER. 



FASHIONABLE 

nan.™ 




^^LADIES' HAIB WORK OF ALL KINOS.== 

IN DEPOT, RUTLAND, VT. 



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G. F. NORTH, 

STATE MANAGER 



.ANA LIFE IS. CO., 



263 MERniAKTS BOW. 

TELEPHONE. 



Chikls Daniel, quarryman, li. 3(5 Ross, West Rutland 

Childs John, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Chittenden Daniel, cabinetmaker, Kingsley's, h. 17 WeBt 

Ohrisinger C. H., eigarmakcr, hds. 24 Woodstock ave. 

Christmas Ueo., Jr., quarry mE:n, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Christmas George, blacksmith, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Oh u roll ill George, clerk, hds. 9 West 

Civlan Martin, quarryman, True Blue Marble Co. 

Clarey Charles, hrakoman, bds. 121 River 

Clarey J. II. , baker, Grove, cor. West", h. 14 Church 

Clark Adolph.ua O, musician, li. 4 Evelyn 

Clark Ann M,, bds. 20 Howe 

Clark Anthony, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Clark Albert B., mechanic, h. 9 Gibson ave. 

Clark Bernard, ironer, bds. 8 Granger 

Clark Bros., granite and marble works, 12 Hopkins (see 

adv.) 
Clark Chas., teller Baxter Nat. Bank, h. 4 Prospect 
Clark Charles Mrs., li. 8 Granger 
Clark Christopher, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West 

Rutland 
Clark Chester L., 19 Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Clark Elius, h. 37 Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Clark Emma, shirtmaker, bds. 51 East 
Clark Ezra, teamster, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Clark Frank, farmer, h. off Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Clark Frank L., sealer at Howe scale works, h. 49 East 
Clark George F. (Clark Bros.), h. 3 Hopkins 
Clark Geo. E., supt. door and lumber dept. C. P. Harris Mfg. 

Co., h. 42 Washington 
Clark Harmon, teamster, h. 34 Plain 
Clark II attic, domestic, 15 Grove 
Clark II., laborer, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Clark H., teamster, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Clark Henry, driver, h. 22 Ross, West Rutland 
Clark Henry, editor, h. 4 Prospect 

Clark James, quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Clark James E., machinist, Lincoln Iron Works 
Clark James S., (Clark Bros.), h. 3 Hopkins 
Clark Jennie, domestic, 20 Prospeet 



PRINTING gSSft 



-the finest 
quality of work at 
ESTTIIE LOWEST POSSIBLE PlUL'K.^l 



THE TUTTLE CO., 

11 ami 13 UmtOT St. 



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TP, WflLLERSTEIN & CO., 

SHIRT MANUFACTURING. 

BRANCH FACTORY, RUTLAND, IT. 

Factory, <5i^oy, R. y. 



SALESROOM: 

87 Franklin Street, - NEW YORK, N. Y. 

w4bbih &• boss 

keeps constantly on hand a fuU stock of 

Men's, Women's, Misses' and Children's 

BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS 

AT THE VERY LOWEST PEICES FOR CASH. 



SOLE AGENT FOR 

Baldwin & Lam kin, Lounsbury, 
Mathewson & Co., P. Cox Shoe Man- 
ufacturing Co.'s Ladies' Fine Shoes, 
Miller & Obcr's and J. S. Turner's 
Men's Fine Shoes, Upham Bros. 
i& Co, 

3 Merchants Row, RUTLAND, VERMONT. 




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Go to TEE ink LIFE Office 



For Life, or Endowment 
Policies. 



Clark Jonas, Ms. Rates House, residence Poultney 

Clark Maggie, domestic, 40 N. Main 

Clark Mary, domestic, 32 Washington 

Clark Michael R., carpenter and builder, h. 3 Hopkins 

Clark M. W. Mrs., h. 49 Clarendon ave,, West Rutland 

Clark Nellie, bds. 51 East 

Clark Ransom, carpenter, h. 51 East 

Clark Rose, laundry at Bard well Honse 

Clark R. H., assistant town clerk, h. Elm 

Clark Timothy L., stonecutter, Clark Eros., h. 3 Hopkins 

Clark W. A. Mrs., h. 16 Washington 

Clark Walter A., clerk and solicitor, M.J. Francisco's agency, 

also constable and collector, h. 9 Gibson ave. 
Clans John, foreman, Tim, Wallers tern & Co., h. 18 Wales 
Clanson James E., clerk, G. E. Chalmers, bds. 56 Fine 
Clauson Walter B. (Hoag & Clauson), li. 56 Pine 
Cleaveland Asahcl Mrs., h. 15 West 
Cleaveland Charles, bds. 58 Marble, West Rutland 
Cleaveland Charles, conductor, C V. R. R., h. 4 Roycc 
Cleaveland Fred R., miller, h. 35 Howe 
Cleaveland S. L. Mrs., bds. 7 Cottage 
Cleaveland George H., carpenter, h. 14 West 
Cleaveland John, farmer, h. Main below R. R. ave. 
Cleaveland Joseph, quarry man, li. 23 Main, West Rutland 
Cleaveland Wm. J., b. S. Main, below fair ground 
Clement John, laborer, h. 4 Ripley's tenement, Center Rutland 
Clement & Sons, Clement Bank building, Merchants Row 
Clement Cbas. (Clement & Sons), and pres't State Trust Co. 

and Clement National Bank, h. Center Rutland 
Clement Daniel W., painter, li. 25 State 
Clement Fred F., bookkeeper, Clement National Bank, bds. 

35 Washington 
Clement Katie, domestic, 22 Grove 
Clement National Bank, Clement building, Merchants 

Row 
Clement Percival W., pres't Rutland R. R. and Herald 

& Globe Association, h. Center Rutland 
Clement W. C. (Clement & Sons), h. 35 Washington 
Clifford Annie, domestic, 35 Grove 
Clifford Annie M., clerk, Sterns & Co., bds. 127 West 



INK! INK! 



Mercantile and School 

— kinds. 



Writing and Copying, all 
THE TUTTLE CO. 



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■^NSILAS KNIGHT,^ 



— DEALER IN - 



BEEF, PORK, LgjnB, HIUTTON, 




VEAL, HATH, 

SAUSAGE, 

OYSTERS, TRIPE, 

VEGETABLES, 

BUTTER, EGGS, 
etc. 



No. 4 MERCHANTS ROW. 



WEST STREET FISH MARKET. 

FRESH AND SALT WATER FISH. 



Frcsli Halibut, Blue 
Fish, Mackerel, Cod, 
Haddock, Shad, Bull 
Heads, Pike, Lob- 
sters, Scollops and 
GJams. 

3D. 

No. 60 West St. 




Boston Clam Chow- 
der niude to order. 
Families giving 
their orders will re- 
ceive prompt atten- 
tion siiul reasonable 
p rices e, a a ran teed . 



STONE, 

RUTLAND, VT. 



F. M. BUTLEII. 



T. W. MOLONEY. 



BUTLER & MOLONEY, 

Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. 

SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY. 

PRACTICE IN STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS A. SPECIALTY. 

Clement Bank Building, - RUTLAND, VT. 
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G. F. NORTH, 

STATE MANAGER, 



fflMLMlS.CQ,2WWMi, 



Ector's church, h. 130 West 



Co., Center Rutland, bcls. 
M. Co., l'roetor 
& LL, h. 125 West 



Clifford B. M. Miss, organist St 
Clifford Chas., clerk, Bard well House, h. 130 West 
Clifford Edward, quarry man, h. 45 Marble, West Rutland 
Clifford James, mason, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland, bds. 19 

Evelyn 
Clifford Jeremiah, polisher, Y. 
Clifford John, h. 130 West 
Clifford John P., conductor, D 

Clifford Laurence, clerk, Duffy & Clifford, bds. 124 West 
Clifford Maggie Miss, music teacher and organist, li. 130 West 
Clifford Mary Mrs., h. Spruce, cor. Post 
Clifford Mary, bds. 27 Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Clifford Michael C, butcher, at 43 Center 
Clifford Michael J., (Duffy & Clifford), h. 130 West 
Clifford Patrick 1st, stone cutter, h. 181 West 
Clifford Patrick 2d, bds. 127 West 
Clifford Patrick 3d, li. 49 Marble, West Rutland 
Clifford Patrick 4th, laborer, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Clifford Patrick 5th, h. 13 Smith, West Rutland 
Clifford Patrick M., stone cutter, P. O. address Rutland 
Clifford Patrick Mrs., h. 127 West 
Clifford P. O, h. 113 West 
Clifford P. A., clerk, bds. 16 School 
Clifford S. C, dealer in coffins, caskets and mctalic cases, 

10 Evelyn, h. 130 West (see adv.) 
Clifford Thomas, marble polisher, bds. 23 Evelyn 
Clifford T. A., drugs and medicines, also watches and 

jewelry, 23 Center, h. 130 West (see adv.) 
Clifford William, blacksmith, h. 1(5 School 
Cline Bessie, domestic, 30 S. Main 
Cline Daniel, engineer, h. 57 Granger 

Cline Daniel, quarryman, Y. M. Co., tenement 26, W. Rutland 
Cline Hugh Mrs., h. 5 Green 

Cline James, sawyer, V. M. Co., tenement 24, West Rutland 
Cline Jennie, dressmaker, h. 5 Green 
Cline Bridget, dressmaker, h. 5 Green 
Cline Joseph, laborer, h. 59 Granger 
Cline Thos., machineinan, bds. 5 Green 
Cline Thos., quarryman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Clouthier A. Oscar, physician and surgeon, 25^ Center 

BLANK BOOKS" 



at Very Low Prices. 

THE TUTTLE CO. 



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41 W. 8. SMITH & CO., *■ 

DEALHR5 IN 

iiiiHaii€iKniiii# 




COMi'ltlSIKG 

ALLTHE LATEST AND IMPROVED STYLES. 

A emiipk'tu stool! of Ladies' Fine Shoes, 
from A to E in wiJtli, 

We Guarantee a Perfect Fit 
to all who give us a trial. 

Our Gents' Do 
partment is of the 
Finest Grade and 
Workmanship. 

Prices below all 
competition. 

BEr AIRING 

PHOMrTLY 

M-TEttnEU to. 



28 Merchants Row, 



RUTLAND, VERMONT. 



IS 



I AH HraNH&i 



leal x Estate, x Insurance, x lollectian 

AND WESTERN TICKET AGENCY. 



Finn iNsurtANCK, 

ACCIDENT INSURANCE. 



Ticket A«ent. 

Notaky Public. 



OFFICE, ROOM i, PUTNAM & SAWYER'S BLOCK, 

RUTLAND, - - - VERMONT 



NEWLY 

ORGANIZED* 



LATEST 

MUSIC. 



O 1EZ El S T R A. 



WILL FURNISH MUSIC t"OR 

ConcertSj Church Festivals, School Exhibitions, Weddings, Dances 



AM All Entertainments where a Good Orchestra is Begnirei. 

Terms Reasonable. Only First-Class Musicians Employed. Any Number 
of Men Furnished. For Terms Apply to 

Frank. M. Crow, Business Manager, 40 Center St,, Rutland, Vt. 



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THE ^ETNA LIFE 



CHARTERED 
69 YEARS AGO. 



Cluff Albert, laborer, h. 57 Granger 

Conn Ghae. V. PL, organist Trinity church and teacher of 
organ, harmony and counterpoint, 7 Cottage 

Coates James M., clerk, Gary & Hoag, bds. 50 Grove 

Coates M. J., cabinet maker, h. 15 Church 

Cobb A. H , foreman, The Tut tie Co. job office, h. 1] 
Crescen t 

Cocklin Daniel A., moulder, h. 20 School 

Cocklin Daniel J., gardener, h. 18 School 

Cocklin John, mason, fa, 1 State 

Cochran Wm., brakeman, bds. 19 Evelyn 

Coffee John, ironer, bds. 26 Granger 

Coffey Michael, polisher, V. M. Co., creek road, Proctor 

Coffee Patrick, employed Dunn & Cram ton, h. 26 Granger 

Cohen Harry, peddler, h. 10 Main, West Rutland 

Cockely Timothy, h. 81 River 

Colburn H. E., elocutionist, bds. 19 S. Main 

Colburn H. E., farmer, h. north end of Grove street 

Cole Clem. J., soap rn'f'r, h. 95 S. Main, opp. Strongs ave. 

Cole Felix, teamster, h. 15 Powers, Proctor 

Cole Isaac, boxer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Cole W., marble worker, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Coleman William, machinist, bds. 24 State 

Colligan Bcenie, domestic, 15 Strongs ave. 

Colligan Mary T., domestic, 24 S. Main 

Colligan Patrick, sawyer, h. Pleasant st., West Rutland 

Colligan Patrick, blacksmith, h. 68 Marble st, West Rutland 

Collins Bartholomew Mrs., h. 77 S. Main 

Collins Bina, shirtmaker, bds. 93 .Forest 

Collins Bridget, in lot west of Scale Works 

Collins Cornelius A., musician, h. 23 Franklin 

Collins Dennis, stonecutter, h. creek road, Rutland Valley 

Collins Nettie, widow, h. 23 Franklin 

Collins James, millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Collins John, millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Collins Joseph, li. West st., Center Rutland 

Collins John P., salesman, Geo. T. Chaffee & Co., h. 23 

Franklin 
Collins L. F., marble shipper, h. 53 State 
Collins Maggie, bds. 23 Franklin 

Wood Mouldings for Rooms 

AND PICTURE HOOKS. 

(10) 



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J. H. CHATTERTON, 



-AtiELNT l r t>ft AND HEALKR IN- 



Agricultural + implen|Bnts, 

Fertilizers, Horse Rakes, Mowing Machines, Hay- 
Tedders, Harrows, Plows, Cultivators, etc. 



,:i..-.i y.n i\- 



0. & HL CO/S 




; --- j- </?£ 




YARD ON WEST STREET. 

32 Washington St., - - RUTLAND, VT, 



Good Fitting Clothes, 



. <3- O TO- 



TAIL 




CENTER STREET, 



MXITLMB, 



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VERMONT, 



. 



G. F 

STATE 



north, a™ LIFE IS CO zci mkrchants now. 

3 MANAGER, J1J11 ' fl Ull JJ 111U, UU«, . TK^F PRUNE. 



Collins M., mill man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Collins Michael, h. 13 Ripley's tenement, Center Rutland 

Collins Michael E., mechanic, h. 89 River 

Collins Feter, boilcrmaker, h. 18 Forest 

Collins Rebecca Miss, bds. 42 Washington 

Collins S., marble worker, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Collins Samuel, cutter, h. West street Center Rutland 

Collins Stephen, h. 12 High, West Rutland 

Colt Fred, qnarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Colt Jos., qnarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Colt Henry, shoemaker, 17 Main, h. Elm at., West Rutland 

Columbian Marble Co., Rockwood Barrett, general 

manager, 120 West, bds. 10 N. Main (sec adv.) 
Colvin Alonzo, clerk, Combination Store, bds. 10 .N. Main 
Colvin L. II., bookkeeper at 47 Merchants Row 
Colvin L. W., traveling agt., Combination Cash Store 

Combination Cash Store Co., W. D. Hnlett, proprie- 
tor, 47 Merchants Row (see adv.) 
Commercial Union Telegraph Co., E. E. Nichols, manager, 

. Center, cor. Wales 
Conant Nellie, shirtmaker, bds. 46 Pine 
Conaughton Delia, shirtmaker, bds. 41 Franklin 
Congdon Annie, shirtmaker, bds. 87 State 
Congdon Charles, mechanic, h. Cold river road 
Congdon E. E., foreman V. M. Co., West St., Center Rutland 
Congdon Henry, h. 27 Ripley's tenement, Center Rutland 
Congdon Henry C, watchman, H. S. Co., Cold river road 
Congdon John, h, 87 State 
Congdon Katie, bds. 87 State 
Congdon Minnie, bds. 87 State 
Conklin T. E., foreman of quarry, True Blue Marble Co., 

h. Pleasant St., West Rutland 
Conlan Bernard, teamster, Yalido, h. West Rutland 
Conlan Bryan, springmal;er, h. 61 Meadow 
Conlan James, carpenter, li. 75 S. Main 
Conlan Jennie, h. 14 Engrem ave. 

Conlan John, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Conlan Win. J., marble worker, bds. 75 S. Main 
Council Edward, butcher, 58 Marble, b. Clarendon road, West 
Rutland 

ARNOLD'S, STAFFORD'S, CARTER'S and other INKS. 
Copy Books, Presses, Mucilage, etc. THE TUTTLE CO- 



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ALL KINDS <OT 
fresh and aalt 

MEATS, 

FISH, OYSTERS. 
CANNED G00D3. 

FRUITS 

A SPF.CIALTV. 

Farm Produce ta- 
ken and sold on 
Commission, 

S - S T S S " 1^ S ^ "TE"- T Propriotoi, 

Mutual Exchange Blockj Corner of Grove and West Streets, 




C, E. Knowlton, 



H r A. Amsden, 



KNOWLTON & AMSDEN, 

CABINET AND GENERAL REPAIR SHOP 

PICTURE FRAMES, 

Window and Door Screens Made to Order. 

PICTURES AND CURTAINS HUNG TO ORDER. 

19 1-3 CENTER STKEBT, 

RUTLAND, - - VERMONT. 

HIGGINS & HYDE, 



WHOLESALE AXI> HH _ l J Atl, 



CQANUFAGTUI^ING (gHEMISritS, 
21 Merchants Row, RUTLAND, VERMONT. 



PROPRIETORS Of- 



HIGGINS' T. & C COMPOUND. 



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Dividends to Policy Holders H 7eaSce s ?8?l ch 

Council James, flagman, bds. 12 Evelyn 

Connell John, polisher, bds. 86 State 

Connell Julia, domestic, 12 Evelyn 

Connell Maggie, shirtmakcr, bds. 27 Fine 

Connell Mary Mrs., h. 86 State 

Connell Mary F., stenographer, h. Clarendon rd., W. Rutland 

Connell Patrick, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Connell Pat., bds. with Michael Killela, West Rutland 

Connell William, tracer, bds. 86 State 

Connelly Lizzie Miss, tailoress, 10 Howe, cor. Union 

Connelly Mary E., domestic, 7 Pleasant 

Connelly Thomas, fork maker, bds. Globe Hotel 

Conniif Beatrice, tailoress, bds. 51 Marble, West Rutland 

Conn iff Frank, carpenter, h. 39 Brown 

Conniff Katie, domestic, 4 Williams 

Conniff Luke Mrs,, drugs, medicines, etc., opp. depot, West 

Rutland 
Conniff Mary, domestic, 1 Williams 

Conniff Patrick, engineer, 51 Marble street, West Rutland 
Conniff Thos., marble worker, Sheldon Marble Co., West 

Rutland 
Connor see also O'Connor 
Connor Daniel, laborer, h. 58 Meadow 
Connor Ellen, shirtmakcr, bds. 8 Convent avc. 
Connor Eva F., widow Henry, h. 5J Grove 
Connor Fred, hostler at H. W. Richardson's livery 
Connor Harry H., machinist, h. 5£ Grove 
Connor James, Columbian Marble Co., Proctor 
Connor John, polisher, V. M, Co., Proctor 
Connor John, laborer, h. 72 Strongs avc. 
Connor John, fanner, h. Proctor village 
Connor John, Jr., bds. 70 Strongs ave. 
Connor Nancy Mrs., h. 29 Plain 
Connor Patrick, li. 26 Granger 

Connor Patrick, teamster, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Connor Patrick, polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Connor Thos. D., (Aitcliison & Connor,) bds. 30 S. Main 
Connor William S., laborer, h. 29 Plain 
Conroy John M., ironer, bds. 68 S. Main 
Conroy Thomas, bds. 9 Granger 

GlflCill Office Pens, W&E& % Vuitle So. 



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No 6 Morse's Block, opposite Depot, Rutland, Vt., 

Respectfully solicits your Patronago, All Dental work carefully 
and artistically performed. 



C. L. HOWE, 



A. G. COOLIDOE. 



HOWE*&*COOLIDGE, 

ATTORNEYS AftD SOLICITORS, 
Clement Building, -• - - RUTLAND, VT. 

TJ^TIO^T HOUSE, 

H. F. BaiiUSTOS. Proprietor. 

43 State Street, - RUTLAND, VT. 

ONE DOLLAR A DAY. 

Good Stalling and Livery connected with the House. 

MICHAEL MULLIN, 

Custom Blacksmith. 

HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY. 







■**-UW4,t.± 



A FIRST-CLASS LIVERY. 

Good turnouts on short notice and at reason- 
able rates. 

Corner Strorgs Ave. and RoyceSt., RUTLANDi 



OUR MOTTO— We Lead, Let Those Who Can, Follow. 



UNION PACIFIC TEA CO, 

IMPORTERS AND RETAILERS GB 

TEAS, COFFEES AND SPICES. 

,\I AN U FACT lilt KltS OP 

Sovereign and Union Baking Powder. 

ITo. 5 Merchants Bow, .... Rutland, Vt_ 

K^" - Handsome Presents give a Free to Purchasers. 



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G. F. NORTH, 

STATE MANAGER, 



*TMLIKIHS.CO,»JSKF- 



Conroy Wm., butcher, h. 11 Cherry 

Conroy Michael, laborer, h. 9 Granger 

Consadinc John, truckman, h. Harrington ave. 

Consadine Mary, domestic, 17 S. Main 

Conway Lorenzo, machinist, h. 4 High, West Rutland 

Conway Daniel, h. 1 Main st., West Rutland 

Cook F. Herbert, machinist, h. 52 Kendall ave. 

Cook E. Foster, b. 28 Washington 

Cook Jay, fanner, Whipple Hollow road, West Rutland 

Cook John, h. 4 Chestnut ave. 

Cook Jos. F., li. above north end of Grove 

Cook Lydia H., bookkeeper, Rutland Cracker Co., h. 1 Grant 

ave. 
Cook Mary F. Miss, bds. 28 Washington 
Cook Sarah M. Mrs., h. 13 Park ave. 
Cook S. Emma, bds. 4 Chestnut ave. 
Cook Schuyler F., shirt maker, bds. 8 Merchants Row 
Cook Willis F., moulder, h. 36 State 
Cooke F. W., printer, The Tattle Co., fa. 7 Wales 
Cooke Walter F., deliverer, h. N. Main, near ice house 
Cooke E. S. Miss, dressmaker, fa. 1 Wales 
Cooley Caleb, helper, h. 80 S. Main 
Cooley Eugene A., laborer, h. 80 S. Main 
Coolidge A. G., (Howe & Coolidge), h. 23 Summer 
Coolidge 0. H., student with Howe & Coolidge, bds. 23 

Summer 
Coomer A. C, chief engineer, road master and supt. of 

bridges, B. & R. railway, office North Bennington 
Cooney Ed., quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Cooney John, polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Cooney Patrick, quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Cooney Thomas N., quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 
Coppius Benjamin T., moulder, fa. 26 Union 
Coppins John C, machinist, bds. 32 State 
Copps Dennis, blacksmith, h. 56 Washington 
Copps Dennis F., clerk, V. M. Co. store, West Rutland 
Copps Edward, blacksmith, h. 56 Washington 
Copps E. R. Mrs., town clerk, 14 Barnes, West Rutland 
Copps James F., foreman, V. M. Co., 40 Main, West Rutland 
Copps Michael, polisher, h. 11 Green 



Use "Royal" Lead Pencils, 

Only 40 cents Per Dozen, 



THE TUTTLE CO. 



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-TXT . STEA H 3ST S , 



I>KAU'-R IK 



FURNITURE, CARPETS AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS, 




Window Shades and Rollers,, 

MATTRESSES, 

Feathers, Coffins, Caskets, Spring 
Beds, LauDgCSj etc. 

Uphousiubi^y ffiiORK 

DONE TO ORDEH. 



9 Merchants Exchange Block, Merchants Row, RUTLAND, VERMONT. 

J. A. ^OLTINS^I, 

PROPRIETOR OF 

BARDWELL HOUSE HAIR DRESSING 

' AND BATH ROOMS. 

ladies' mi EMItsd's Hair (Batting and Shampooing 

. «t.t ■work fir.&t- class. ' 

HOT AND COLD BATHS AT ALL HOURS. 



H. A. DALRYMPLE, 



Gppige Open LiAST ©em Days op €agh fflONTH. 
67 1-2 Center Street, - RUTLAND, VT, 




ISBPH AUSTffl, 

HORSE^SHOER. 

None but Hand-Made Sh.oes Used. 
No. 75 West Street, ftTJTL &ND, VT. 



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POP THE CHEAPEST PEOTECTION, 

the /Etna Life's Renewable Term 



See 



Plan. 



Copps Michael, quarry man, h. 12 Marble, West Rutland 

Copps W., quarry in an, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Corcoran Dominic, laborer, b. 58 South 

Corcoran John, fireman, li. 38 East 

Corcoran Mary, domestic, 35 Washington 

Corcoran Peter, laborer, h. 88 East 

Corey Hugh, h. Whipple Hollow road 

Corey John, cutter, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Cornein Cornelius, laborer, h. 36 Plain 

Cornell George E., restaurant and board by day or week 

31 4 Center 
Oornjsh Frank, moulder, h. 9 Wales 
Costello Bart ley, watchman, b. S4 River 
Costello George, clerk Telegram office, bds. 54 River 
Cotter Ellen, tailoress, bds. 69 Wafts 
Couillard Frank, harnessmaker, h. Maxter, cor. Maple 
Courselle A. J., florist, West, junction of State (see adv.) 
Conrselle Joseph, gardener, 19 S. Main 
Courselle Wilfred, mechanic, h. head of Woodstock ave. 
Courselle Thomas, gardener, Woodstock ave., beyond 84 
Cox George, mechanic, h. off head of Allen 
Cox George, mechanic, h. 3 Nortii 
Cox George 2d, florist, h. 98 Grove 
Cox William, truckman, h. 3 North 
Crafts David M., printer, The Tuttle Co., h. 103 River 
Crahen Nellie, domestic, 42 West 
Craig John, carpenter, bds. 72 West 
Grain Mary Mrs., cook, Globe Hotel 
Grain M. R., physician and surgeon, office 43 Center, bds. 

Berwick House. Office hours, 1 to 3 and 6:30 to 8:30 

p. M. 
Cram Chas., billiard clerk at Rates House 
Cramton Mary E. Miss, bds. Bardwell House 
Cram ton & Carpenter, props. Bardwell House (see adv) 
Cramton &. Paige, props. Bardwell House livery (see adv.) 
Cramton A. S. Mrs., h. S. Main, below railroad crossing 
Cramton J, W. (Dunn & Cramton), Bardwell House 
Crandall Mary Mrs., h. 10 Howe 
Craudall. M. E. Mrs., tailoress, h. Howe st., cor. Union 



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13uvs a 
STYLOGRAPHIC PEN. 



Best in Uio World fiwr tlic Price. 

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^E.B.TYLER & OO.,^ 
nDRTjaaisTs. 

CICARS, x CONFECTIONERY, x ETC. 

PKESCMIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. 

I20ST OPPIGE BLiOGk;, 
WEST RUTLAND, - - - VERMONT. 

M ,tN U FACTE; RHKS UF 

CARRIAGES, SLEIGHS AND WAGONS. 

flOItffe SHOEING HP JOBBING. 

CARRIAGE FAINTING A MALTY. 

Cor. Main and Clarendon Ave., - WEST RUTLAND, VT, 

fTaTm orse, 
DRUGGIST AND DEALER IN PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, 

Baby Carriages, Wall Paper, Stationery; Toys, etc. 

Paper Dags, Straw Paper and Twine at Wholesale. 

Window Shades a Specialty. 

Cor. Main and Marble Sts„ - - RUTLAND, VERMONT. 

PARKER & THRALL, 

1>£AI.RK5 IN 




SMALL WARES, 

Groceries and Fitrtiiture* 

MAIN STREET, - - - WEST RUTLAND, VT, 

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G. F. 

STATE 



■Ig g&u SOL LIFE IMU g5|lF- 

Crane David, laborer, b. 5 Cleveland ave. 

Crane Leslie, polisher, Y. M. Co. Proctor 

Crawford E. E. Mrs., clerk, H. S. Howe's 

Crawford Ernest E., freight elerk, bds. 17 Evergreen ave 

Crawford Geo. W., carpenter, 33 State, h. 21 Baxter 

Crawford William Mrs., clerk, F. C. Houghton's, b. 40 State 

Crawford Will, baggage in aster, h. 40 State 

Creed Frank, livery, bds. 30 East 

Creed James E., h. 30 East 

Cretan Kate, dressmaker, bds. 11 Lincoln ave. 

Creer John J., boxer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Creer Robert C, assistant foreman, Y. M. Co., Proetor 

Crisinger John, cigar maker, bds. 24 Woodstock ave. 

Crittenden Seymour, moulder, bds. 39 Wales 

Crocker Florence, shirtmnker, bds. §64 West 

Crocker Maria Mrs., li. 96£ West 

Cronan Jerry, trackman, h, creek road, Center Rutland 

Cronan John, laborer, h. SO State 

Cronan John B., clerk-, Cheney's, h. 15 Royce 

Cronan Joseph F,, packer, li. 15 Royce 

Cronan Michael, h. 13 Evergreen 

Cronan Win, foreman, Howe S. Co., h. 15 Royce 

Cronan William, Jr., clerk, P. O., bds. 15 Royce 

Crosier Daniel, fireman, h. 34 Union 

Crosier Orval H., stenographer, li. 58 Washington 

Cross A., quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

Cross Ed, quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

Cross Joseph, machine runner, Y. M. Co., tenement 39 West 

Rutland 
Cross Peter, clerk, Rochester Clothing Co., bds 1 Howe 
Cross G. T., mechanic, h. 08 N. Main 
Cross Peter, ironcr, bds. 1 Howe 
Crouch James W,, mason, h. 43 S. Main 
Crowe F. J., bell boy, Rates House, lids. 45 Spruce 
Crowe James, bds. 45 Spruce 
Crowe John, polisher, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Crowe Maggie, bds. 45 Spruce 
Crowe Katie, bds. 45 Spruce 
Crowe Michael, laborer, h. 45 Spruce 
Crowe M ichael, laborer, h. 122 West 

I me, lurj LB CO., ii and 13 Cehths St. 



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[PrfOTOeRAPriER., 

wTti k r t rt ft ~t " j * l **■ Jf *"' r ^ r "' f - * *■'■* y j~ s J J J s jt s j ,/ j s j~ j~ jt y j~ .S y j v v .s ./ v 7 s~ j-- 

THE FINEST WORK, 

THE MOST PERFECT STUDIO 

Cor. Merchants Eow and West St. {over Dr. Lewis' Drug Store), 

E,TJTX JJ A.3STID : , - - "VEIRJVirCCIXrT, 



GUY H. REYNOLDS, 

18 & 20 WALES ST., RUTLAND, VT 

©ANTED Facings, 

Novelty Brass and onyx Work, 

STAND TOPS, SHELVES, ONYX TILE. 

Estimates Given on Designs of all Descriptions. 

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ITME 



net i to i M Per Cent, 



COMPOUND 
INTEKEST. 



Crowe Michael, clerk, h. 122 West 

Crowe Patrick, laborer, h. 122 West 

Crowe Thomas, marble worker, bds. 122 West 

Crowe William, bell boy, Bates House 

Crowley 0. J., merchant tailor, 13 1 Merchants Row, h. 26 
Baxter (see adv.) 

Crowley Cornelius, employed by Sheldon M. Co. 

Crowley Daniel, quarry man, Sheldon M. Co.. West Rutland 

Crowley Dennis C, tailor, bds. 26 Baxter 

Crowley Florence, plasterer, h. 41 Franklin 

Crowley Jerry, quarry man, Esperanza M. Co., West Rutland 

Crowley John, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

Crowley John P., foreman, h. 40 Plain 

Crowley Lepha R., widow Geo. J., teacher, bds. 39 Grove 

Crowley Michael, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 

Crowley Patrick, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 

Crowley Patrick, h. 13 Evergreen 

Crowley Timothy, millman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

Crowley T. E., plasterer, bds. 41 Franklin 

Crowley T. J., tailor, bds. 23 Evelyn 

Cummings Anna Miss, clerk, Spanlding's, bds. 11 Pleasant 

Cummings Ellen M. Mrs., h. 20 Ross, West Rutland 

Cummings James, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Cummings James, bookkeeper, street car office, h. 104 River 

Cummings Joseph, shoemaker, h. 18 Mineral 

Cummings L. H. Mrs., millinery and dressmaking, 14 Wash- 
ington 

Cummings Michael, bricklayer, bds. 30 Brown 

Cummings M. J.,- brick mason, bds. Globe Hotel 

Cummings Owen F., mason, h. 84 Forest. 

Cummings Patrick, contractor and builder, h. 46 South 

Cummings Thomas, bricklayer, h. 13 Convent ave. 

Cummings Thomas, mason, bds. 104 River 

Cummings William F., student, bds. 84 Forest 

Cunningham A. O., clothing, hats, caps, gents' furnishing 
goods, etc., 5 Center, bds. 19 Cottage 

Cunningham E. Mrs., bds. Madison, cor. Strongs ave. 

Cunningham Jennie, laundress, 31 J Merchants Row 

Cunningham Nellie, laundress, 31^ Merchants Row 

Cunningham O. Mrs., h. 19 Cottage 



Wedding Stationery, 



ENGRAVED OR 
PRINTED, AT 



TUB TIM CO.'S. 



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DUFFY & CLIFFORD, 



OEALEFS IS- 



line family iroGeries # frovisions, 



COFFEES, SPICKS, 




BE6T BRANDS 

of Cigars, To- 
bacco and 



Also dealers 



Coal* Wood. 



14 
HUGH 



MEAT MARKET ATTACHED. 

Evelyn Street, - - RUTLAND, VT. 

DtJFFT - fit J. CLIFFORD. 



t. :r. AUNrzKiisriE's 

DOMESTIC BAKERY,^- 

The only Bakery in Rutland doing 
strictly Domestic Baking. 
Wedding Cake and Pure Home Made arid Cream 

Bread our (Specialties. 

Baked Beans and Brown Bread delivered at, ymir 

residence every Sunday morning.- 

33 Center Street, - RUTLAND, VT. 




E. M. ENGREM, 

szpzE&iisrG -wvA-TiEie, icie. 




All Orders Promptly at- 
tended to. 



21 Washington, St., RUTLAND, VT. 






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G. F. NORTH, JETJ4 Jjyj; fljjj gn m AIEKCIIAHTS ROW. 

STATE MANAGER, iUll«l Uli U 111U. UU», TliW- i'llONR. 

Cunningham Stephen, blacksmith, b. 10 Allen 

Curley John, employed V. M. Co., Con tor Rutland 

Curley Thos., employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Outran Edward, laborer, V. M, Co., Center Rutland 

Curran Michael, tinsmith for Dunn & Cram ton, h. River st. 

Curra,n Michael, marble cutter, it. 15J Center 

Currier Joseph, carpenter, bds. ( j State 

Currier O, W., shoemaker, b. S East 

Curry Ellen M., domestic, 52 N. Main 

Curry James, farmer, h. Proctor 

Curry John, farmer, li. Proctor 

Curtis Edward S., carriage maker, b. 9 East 

Curtis Herbert E., salesman, bds. 16 Grove 

Curtis Sidney, twin bridges above Mill village 

Curtis Sam' I P., nour, grain, meal, teed, baled hay, lime, 

cement, grass seed, Cumberland, Lehigh aud Lackawanna 

coal, 28 Evelyn, b. 16 Grove (see adv.) 
Cushman Charles, baggagemaster, C. V. R. R., bds. 35 Wales 
Cusick James, on B. & R. R. R., opp. scale works 
Cutting Andrew J., janitor Coug'l church, h. S. Main 
Cutting Daniel W., bds. 42 S. Main 
Cutting Sarah S., li. 42 S. Main 
Cutting William W., watchman, b. 42 S. Main 
Cyr Auguste, carriagemaker, Elm st., West Rutland 
Cyr Eustace, wheelwright, h. Elm st., West Rutland 

:d 

Daggett Electa Mrs., h. South st., Proctor 

Daggett Frances, h. South st., Proctor 

Daggett Plimington, h. 7 Woodstock ave. 

Dale William, cutter, bds. West st., Center Rutland 

Daley A. J., marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

Daley Charles, clerk, h. 109 River 

Daley James, laborer, h. 32 Brown 

Daley James, teamster, h. 102 River 

Daley James 2d, laborer, h. 37 South 

Daley John Mrs., h. 72 S. Main 

Daley Michael, clerk, h. 109 River 

Tapley Letter Files AB &£ y I JL I 2 y B &2 te ' used ia Kutland 

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D; ■■ '■> 




COAL.LUMBER 

AND 

G-RAIN 

DEALER. 

Office and Yard, 
=5 56 Marble Street, 
g^*^ WEST RUTLAND, VT. 



T - E . ^W EC E E L E E 3 

► GENERHL » lERCjrapiSE, * 

66 MARBLE STREET, 

WEST RUTLAND, - VERMONT. 



UEALEK IS 



>£> 



STOVES, RANGES AND HARDWARE, 

Tit], Wooden and Glassware, Wood and iron Pumps, Lead Pipe, Sinks, etc. 
All Kinds of Job Work done at Short Notice. Barter taken in Trade. 

Ho. 3 Main Street, - - WEST RUTLAND, VT. 



mimm* m, mm$m>u*» 



■ uem.br is 



WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, 

ur-uslc ma Musical Xnjata-txiai.ttxi.-t*. 

Agent for the Celebrated Rock Crystal Spectacles. Watch and Clock Repairing a 

Specialty. All Work Warranted. Orders taken for Sheet Music. 

No. 16 Main Street, - - WEST RUTLAND, VT. 



CHAS. H, CAMPBELL, 

LIVELY | jgflLEjS OTBLE. 

Proprietor of West Rutland Opera House. 

No. 70 Marble Street, - WEST RUTLAND, VT. 




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iEtna's Interest Income 



PAYS ALL 
DEATH CLAIMS. 



Daley Michael E., laborer, h, 109 River 

.Daley Patrick, h. Proctor st., West Rutland 

Daley Thomas, marble polisher, h. 109 River 

Daley Thomas, messenger, Western Union, bds. 32 Brown 

Dalgreu A. P., blacksmith, h. 11 Noyes ave. 

Dallaire Napoleon, carpenter, h. 27 Williams 

Dalrymple H. A., D. D. S,, dentist, C7£ Center {see adv.) 

Dana Edward, lawyer, office 5 Lank block, h. 21 Madison 

Dana Judah Rev., h. 15 Clarendon ave., West Rutland 

Danforth George, teamster, h. south road to Mendon 

Danforth Olive G, Mrs., h. 1 East 

Danforth Wm. E., electro plater, factory, 18 Woodstock 

ave., h. 1 East (see adv.) 
Danforth William, hostler, bds. 20 Church 
Daniels Charles A., billiards, Eardwel! House, h. 3 Pleasant 
Daniels Eben W., carpenter, h. 18 Maple 
Daniels George W., baker, h. 3 Pleasant 
Daniels Harriet Miss, h. 33 N. Main 
Daniels John, machine runner, V. M. Co., tenement 50, West 

Rutland 
Daniels Mary M., bds. 1 Gibson ave. 
Daniels Mary E. Miss, li. 33 N. Main 
Daniels Stephen L., west creek road, h. Center Rutland 
Daniels Thomas L., livery, bds. 3 Pleasant 
Daniels Wm. J., soap manuf'., Cold river road. 
Danielson F,, teamster, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Dansereau Abram, at V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Dansereau Frank J., truckman, h. 56 Forest 
Dansereau John, truckman, h. 143 Forest 
Dansereau Joseph, laborer, h. 9 Ripley's tenement, Center 

Rutland 
Darby James, h. 187 West 
Darby Johanna, tailoress, bds. 187 West 
Darby Katie, teacher, bds. 187 West 
Darby Michael Mrs., h. 187 West 
Dai'cey Anthony, h. Pleasant St., West Rutland 
Dasclas August, quarryrnan, V. JVC. Co., Proctor. 
Dary J. A., sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Davine Barney, laborer, bds. 52 West 
Davine Daniel, marble worker, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Ru tland 

CEILING DECORATIONS A SPECIALTY, IN PAPER, LINCRUSTA 

WALIOlf and Other Designs. tiiz ttTOtx,b CO. 



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Dtt. J. Q. Johnson, Pres't. W, U. Johnson, Gen. Manager and Treas. 

VALIDO MARBLE CO., 

Producers and Wholesalers of 

BLUE AID LIGHT CLOUD MARBLES, 

Sawed, Finished and in the Block. 

Pair Haven, - Vermont. 



RANNEY BKOS., Proprietors, 



DEAXBBB IN 



BEEF, PORK, LAMB, VEAL, FISH, HAM, 

POULTRY, OYSTERS, VANNED GOODS, <£c 
Main Street, - Pair Haven, Vt, 



Vj ^n rfliw 



ARTIST 



.PHOTOGRAPHY. 

Portraits Taken Instantaneously. 
Knight's New Block, Liberty Street, - PAIR HAVEN, VT. 

JML. HOLLAND, 

— BKAI.ER IN— 

HARDWARE, STOVES AMD RANQES. 

AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED " ACORN STOVE." 

JOB WORK DONE IN TINNING AND PLUMBING. 

Liberty Street, - Pair Haven, Vt. 

John Grenier, 
FINE CUSTOM-MADE BOOMMMS TO ORDER. 

Repairing done at short notice. Prices Reasonable. 

Good Fits Warranted. 

55 Marble Street, - - - WEST RUTLAND. 



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G. F 

STATE 



SKL MALIK INS. CO., 



263, MERCHANTS ROW. 

TELEPHONE. 



Davine Erank H., marble cutter, h, 6 Park ave. 

Da vine James F., clerk, Berwick House 

Da vine J. M., clerk, West Rutland 

Davinc James Mrs., Pleasant st, West Rutland 

Davine John, h. Pleasant st. West Rutland 

Davine Thomas, h. Pleasant st., West Rutland 

Davine Katie J. Miss, tailoress, D. L. Morgan 

Davine Maggie, tailoress, bds. 39 Wales 

Davine Mamie, dressmaker, bds. 39 Wales 

Davine Patrick, marble worker, Sheldon Marhle Co.,W. Rutland 

Davis A. F., (Davis & Oay), brick manufacturer and mar- 
ket gardener, Park street 

Davis Addic Miss, dressmaker, bds. 4 Davis 

Davis Achsah Mrs., h. 4 Pine 

Davis A. L., farmer, Pittsford road, above Mill village 

Davis Alexander, sawyer, V. M. Co., tenement 41, W Rutland 

Davis & Bryant, wholesale and retail dealers in marble and 
granite, office 41 Grove (see adv.) 

Davis Catherine B. Mrs., h. 12 Elm 

Davis Charles, bds. 4 Pine 

Davis E. H. (Davis & Bryant), h. 15 Summer 

Davis Edgar, farmer, h. Pittsford road, Mill village 

Davis Edgar K., h. 30 Maple 

Davis Edward, quarryman, h. 17 Main, West Rutland 

Davis Edward, quarry man, Y, M. Co., tenement 48, West 
Rutland 

Davis Edwin D. Mrs., widow, h. 15 Elm 

Davis Edwin S., laundry, 31£ Merchants Eow, h. 8 Pine, 
(sec adv.) 



% 



Dav 
Dav 
Dav 
Dav 
Dav 
Dav 
Dav 
Dav 
Dav 
Dav 
Dav 



s &., quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

B P., quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

s Elsie Miss, h. 52 Center 

s Lucy Miss, h, 52 Center 

s Eugene A., carpenter, li. 105 N. Main 

s Flora U., bds. 53 Pine 

s Court A., farmer, h. Mill village 

C, clerk, V. M. Co., Proctor 
s Ceo. II., assistant foreman, V. M. Co., Proctor 
s Harley W ., carpenter, bds. 80 N. Main 
s Henry W., carpenter, h. 80 N. Main 



Albums, Holiday Goods, Miscellaneous Books, 

and Rooks in sets at New York prices. THE TTJTTLE CO., ir and 13 Center St. 



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GEOBQE A. CBOSSHAN, 

PHARMACIST, 

BRANDON, VERMONT. 

PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. 

So no but the purest Drugs and Chemicals used or sold. 
Constantly on hand, the finest line of 

^ Imported + and + Domestic + Gigars * 

KEPT liSt ANY HOUSE EB VrjIlMONT. 



ORDERS BY MAIL OR TELEGRAPH WILL RECEIVE 
IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. 



O. EC. IF O IR, IB IE S , 

Late Adj't 5th Reg't Vt, Vols , 

u. s. Pension and Claim Agent. 

CLAIMS AGAINST THE UNITED STATES 

For Pension, Increase of Pennon, Back Pay, Bounty, Correction of Master, 
Commutation of Rations, Extra, Duty Pay and all other claims will be pros- 
ecuted by the undersigned. 

The fee for services is prescribed by the Government, and any attorney charetnt' in 
excess of fees established by law for services.!* liable to fine and imprisonment 

If you want an attorney to prosecute your claim, select a man near home, one whom 
you can meet and talk with understanding^. You might as well have an attorney s ooo 
miles away as to have him 500 miles away. 

Correspondence Solicited and Promptly Attended to. 

Residence, Brandon, Vt. Rutland Office at the Berwick House every 

Wednesday from 10 a. m. until 5 o'clock P. M. 

GENERAL AGENT Pita — 



Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. 









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JEtna's Expenses are Very Low ! 

Davis & Cay, Hour, grain, feed, baled hay, straw, coal, etc. 
41 and 43 River St., near the R. R., and 10 Washington 
and brick manufacturers, Park street 
Davis Hugh, student high school, bds. 13 Church 
Davis H. K. Mrs., h. 68 West 
Davis Jessie A., music teacher, bds. 15 Elm 
Davis John, farmer, h. 4 Davis 

Davis Joseph, quarry man, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Davis Lizzie, shirtmaker, bds. 4 Pine 

Davis Joseph M., water commissioner, office 14 Washing- 
ton, h. 13 Church 
Davis L. E. Miss, costmner, parlors 31£ Merchants Row, 
residence 52 Center, first-class work at reasonable prices, 
cutting and fitting a specialty 
Davis Louis, teamster, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Davis Lucy Mrs., dressmaker, h. 52 Center 
Davis May Miss, dressmaker, h. 14 Willow 
Davis Michael, employed Dorset Marble Co., West Rutland 
Davis N. L., master mechanic of the rolling stock and ma- 
chinery of the C. Y. R. R. (Rutland Division), h. 6 West 
Davis Nathan, farmer, h. 16 Temple 
Davis Perley C, clerk for W. E. Ross, h. 15 Summer 
Davis Robert B., carpenter, cast of Mill village 
Davis T. A., with. II. O. Carpenter & Co., h. 9 Nichols 
Davis T. A. Mrs., cashier at B. H. Burt's, h. 9 Nichols 
Davis Tuffield, mechanic, h. 4 Sheldon tenement, W. Rutland 
Davis William L., freight clerk, bds. 13 Church 
Davison Frank K., shipper, The Tuttle Co., bds. 2S West 
Dawley W. W. & Co., dry good, notions, carriages, harness, 
etc., 69 Merchants Row 



A. F. Davis. 



Frederick Gay. 



DAVIS & GAY, 

(Successors to A. F. Davis.) 

WHOLESALE DEALERS AND COMMISSION MEltCHANTS IN 

QR0IN, FLOUR AND FEED, 

COAL, HAY AND STRAW. 

Mill and Office 41 & 43 River Street, RUTLAND, VT. 



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BOOKS I STATIONERY. 

My stock comprises a large assortment of LL Family Bible*," 1 u Oxford Teachers 1 Hi- 
bles. 1T ** Revised Bibles," Testaments, Prayer Books, Hymnals, Illustrated Gift Books, 
Books in sets. Standard Poets in fine bindings, and a large assortment of Miscellaneous 

and Juvenile Books. 

FINE ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN STATIONERY, 

Photograph Albums in Plush, Russia Leather, Morocco, Alligator and Seal Bindings, 
Autograph Albums t Par tcmonnaks, Games, Birthday, Scripture and Reward Cards, and 
in their season an assortment of Christmas, New Year and Easter Cards. Also Diaries in 
their season. A caref ully selected assortment of bric-a-brac. Paintings, Etchings, Photo- 
graphs. Indotints,, Pastel Crayons, Artotypcs and Steel Engravings, A full assortment 
of ^rtxs-ts 7 ^d;eLtsxisLls^ Picture framing a specially. Nearly twenty -five years 
practice enables me to guarantee the heat work at low prices. School .Books— New and 
Second-Hand— and School Supplies. 

VISITING CARDS PRINTED OR ENGRAVED TO ORDER- 



All the Standard ;ind popular Periodicals on sale, and subscriptions taken at the low- 
est club rates. Get nay terms before you subscribe or renew your subscriptions. 



O ^_ U Xj -&» j^j 32 



9 Merchants Row, 



RUTLAND, VERMONT. 



^SMITH & AUSTIN, sn- 

4 FASHIONABLE * HAIR- DRESSING * ROOMS, ^ 

Opposite the Depot, ItUTLAM), VERMONT. 



Ladies' aod Children's Hair Cuuiog and Shampooing a specialty. Also snie agents for 

SPEICHER'S Celebrated DANDRUFF CURE and TOILET BALM. 

S.C.CLIFFORD, 
G^- FUNERAL DIRECTOR, '-gD 




DEAtSfe IN 



COFFINS, CASKETS 

AND 

METALIG BURIAL CASES. 

No. 10 Evelyn Street, 
EUTLAND, VERMONT. 



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G. F. NORTH, 

STATE MANAGEE 



,MLIFEINS.C0,2»HEF 



Pawley W. W., merchant, h. 23 N. Main 

Dawley Seraph Mrs., b. 9 Crescent 

Day Ed., clerk, Combination store, bds. 41 Center 

Deary A., millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Deary James C, clerk, Brown & Co., Pleasant st., West 
Rutland 

Dean James, bds. 33 Union 

Dearborn O. B., fireman, Bates Douse 

Decclle Stephen, painter, li. 101 West 

Dccero George, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Deeero Joseph, teamster, V. M, Co., Proctor 

Dedriek C. H., clerk, National Express, h. 6 Pine 

De Lasableniere Edward, blacksmith, h. 34 Elm 

Deli si e Toussaint, si toe maker for L, Yaliquette, 13 Merchants 
Row, bds. 31 Franklin 

Deloge Zeb, quarryman, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Del soe Wm., boxer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Delvarge Lewis, h. 1 Noyes ave. 

D em are is Mark L., city hack, orders left in Union depot, 
h. 128 Forest 

Demarais Michael, truckman, h. 128 Forest 

Denting A. A., accountant, bds. 7 Cottage 

Dempsey Patrick, Whipple Hollow, West Rutland 

Dempsey Thos., engineer, Esperanza Marble Co. 

Dempsey William, marble worker, bds. 18 Barnes, W. Rutland 

Dempsey John, laborer, h. 110 West 

Dcnio Abel H., canvasser, h. 11 Roycc ave. 

Denio Albert, mechanic, Howe Scale Co., h. 44 Walos 

Denio Milo S., butcher, h. 33 Crescent 

Dennis C. Frank, engineer, h. 14 Pine 

Dennison Chas., bookkeeper, Keyes & Co., bds. 19 S. Main 

Dcno Gustavo, mechanic, Ripley's, bds. West st., Center Rut- 
land 

Deragon Aurelia Miss, at Fay's bindery, h. 28 Mineral 

Deragon Ezra, mason, h. 3 Granger 

Deragon Marshall, mason, h. 28 Mineral 

Derby J. W., printer, Telegram, h. 1 State 

Dernier James, farmer, h. Castleton road, West Rutland 

Derose Moses, machinist, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Dervin James, cutter, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Largest Printing, Binding and Stationery House in the State, 

THE TUTTLE COMPANY. 




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E L KG A N T 



TURKISH AND RUSSIAN BATHS 



At 132 State Street, 

■A-x,:ba.:i>ty 3 - 



1ST. Tfi 






Two Swimming Plunges, 

Four Marble Shampooing Rooms, 

Three Hot Rooms, 

Drying Kooms, 

Cooling Rooms, 

T , ■ „ „ Lounging Rooms, 

Russian Vapor Room, 

Sulphur and Eioctric Rooms, 

Beautiful Reception Rooms, 

Perfect Ventilation Throughout. 



CLEANLINESS A SPECIALTY. 



Open daily from 7 a. m. to 10 p. m .; Saturday lights until 
Up. m. Sundays and Holidays from 7 to 11 a. m. 

Ladies' Hours— Tuesday, from 7 a. m. to 12 m., and Fridav 
from 1 to b p. m. J 

The Bathing "Department in charge of Professional Attend- 
ants. 

Single Baths, 75e. Ten Tickets for $6.00. 



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There is no sounder Company than the £TNA LIFE. 

JOHN W. STEADMAN, Ins. Com. of Conn. 

Dervin James, coper, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Derviu John, ass't foreman, h. 35 Marble, West Rutland 
Derwin Napoleon, Carpenter, h. 8 Sheldon tenement, West 

Rutland 
Beseeure Eugene, polisher, 2 Barnes, West Rutland 
Descenre Horace, laborer, bds. 2 Barnes, West Rutland 
Desordia John, mechanic, h. 15^ Center 
Desordia Joseph, buttonhole worker, bds. 15^ Center 
Be Telia Francis, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Devere James W., messenger, Western Union, bds. 73 River 
Devere William Mrs., h. 73 River 

Dewey Ella, bds. creek road, cor. West st., Center Rutland 
Dewey H. A., jeweler for F. H. Wheeler, bds. 23 Crescent 
Dewey John M., farmer, Ira road, West Rntland 
Dewey Jnlia A. Mrs., h. 114 West 
Dewey — , carpenter, bds. 33 Union 
Dewey Mahala Mrs., bds. 12 Convent ave. 
Dewey P. H., farmer, h. 33 Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Dewey Zebadiah, h. creek road, cor. West st., Center Rutland 
Dexter Bela, carpenter, h. 36 S. Main 
Dickerman M. H., laborer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Diekerman, H. L,, h. 27 Washington 
Dill Chas. W., salesman W. D. Hulett, h, 3 Court 
Dillenback H.I., managing editor " Herald," b. 16 Nichols 
Dillon R. S. & Co., compilers of the Rutland Directory, 

office at The Tuttle Co., 11 to 13 Center 
Dillon Timothy, teamster, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Dil worth Chas. H., watchmaker, Marshall Bros., bds. 19 S. 

Mt.in 
Dimmick Bennett, near water works 
Dimmick Juan, truckman, h. 13 Gibson ave. 
Dion James, farmer, h. 9 Harrison ave. 
Dinsmore Esther C. Miss, at Rankine's bakery 
Dissereau En, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Dissereau Joseph, quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
DoekeryMat Mrs., Y. M. Co. tenement 78, West Rutland 
Dockler Alfred J., quarryman, h. 2 South, Proctor 
Dodge A. C, clerk, Y. M. Co. store, Proctor 
Dodge Edwin B., engineer, h. 40 Pine 
Dodge M. ST., teamster, Y. M. Co., Proctor 



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Dodge Phineas A., laborer, li. Mill village 

Dodge Ruth, bds. 36 Grove 

Dodge William R., fireman, h. 22 State 

Dolan George, horse car driver, bds. 105 S. Main 

Dolan John, conductor horse cars, h. 13 Grove 

Dolan John, ironer, h. 31 South 

Dolan Nicholas, brakeman, LIS. Main 

Dolan Peter, bds. 18 Barnes, West Rutland 

Dolan P. H. Mrs., florist, 1 Merchants Row, h. Center Rutland 

Dolan Thos. Mrs., h. 13 Grove 

Dolan Thomas A., stone cutter, 1). 48 South 

Dolan Thos., Jr., marble worker, Kiusman's, bds. 48 South 

Dolan W. J., druggist and apothecary, 7 Center, h. 19 

Washington (see adv.) 
Dominy Charles, h. S. Main, cor. Allen 
Dominy Garrett, h. 49 Strongs ave. 
Doininy J. D., mechanic, h. 10 Park 

Donahue Edward, employed Howe Scale Co., h. 48 S. Main 
Donahue Frank J., barn foreman, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Donahue John, quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Donahue Patrick, laborer, h. 51 River 
Donahue P. C, bds. 51 River 
Donahue Willie P., clerk, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Donaldson E. A., polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Donelan Thomas P., peddler, b. 10 Meadow 
Donnelly Daniel, moulder, bds. Farmers' Hotel 
Donnelly Emma, shirtmaker, bds. 42 Meadow 
Donnelly Henry, machinist, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Donnelly John, blacksmith, h. 99 River 
Donnelly John B., machinist, h. 42 Meadow 
Donnelly Michael, mechanic, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Donnelly Patrick 2d, blacksmith, h. 25 Elm, West Rutland 
Donnelly P. Mrs., chambermaid, Globe Hotel 
Donnelly Wm., road to Walliugford 
Donnelly William, conductor, h. 13 Granger 
Donner John V., employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Donovan Ellen, h. 28 South 
Donovan Mary, h. 28 South 

Donovan Katie, domestic, Pleasant st., West Rutland 
Donovan Mary, domestic, 10 N. Main 

lS32--Estai>lished 57 Years--1889. ^a'™'' 

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IT IS SOLID A.& G-IRAitTITE- 
JOHN W. STEADMAH, Ins. Com, of Conn . 

Donovan Michael, laborer, Ii. 13 Plain 

Donovan Patrick, qnarryman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

Donovan Timothy, quarry man, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

DonSTO F. J., express and job wagon, orders loft at resi- 
dence, 58 Forest 

Doolan John, blacksmith, h. 6 Post 

Doolan Daniel, hostler, bds. 6 Post 

Dooley .John, marble worker at Kinsman's 

Dooley Rosey Mrs., h. 27 Green 

Doran Adler, carriage maker, h. 120 Eorest 

DoiT's S. M. Sons, municipal bonds and first mortgages 
on improved farms in Kansas. Guaranteed interest 6 or 
7 per cent, office Rutland County National Bank build- 
ing, 24 Merchants Row (sec adv.) 

Dorr Henry R. (S. M. Doit's Sons), residence " The Maples " 

Doit J. C. R. Mrs., residence, " The Maples " 

Dorrance Sabrae, clerk, bds, 36 Grove 

Dorsey James, marble worker, Sheldon Marble Co. W. Rutland 

Doty L. A. Miss, housekeeper, 5 Summer 

Dougherty James, conductor, h. 38 Green 

Dougherty John, 9 Franklin 

Dougherty Joseph, laborer, b. 81 S. Main 

Dougherty William, fireman, h. lot rear of 50 River 

Douglas Casimcr, mason, ii. 7 Willow, cor. Edson 

Douglas Chas., machinist, bds. Barnes House, West Rutland 

Douglas Davis, button-hole worker, bds. 48 Center 

Douglas George A., mason, h. 1 Cherry 

Douglas Geo. W., foreman, h. 18 Clarendon ave., W. Rutland 

Douglas Geo. M., clerk V. M. Co. store, 18 Clarendon ave., 
West Rutland 

Douglas Henry B., machinist, h. 15 Howe 

Douglas Henry B., clerk, Span! ding's, bds. 15 Howe 

Douglas Joseph, mason, h. 24 Howe 

Douglas Julia, dressmaker, bds. 7 Willow 

Douglas, Channell & Chamberlin, stoves, tinware, 

furnaces, house furnishing, plumbing, etc., 56 West 
Douglas Wm. A. (Donglas, Channell & Chamberlin) h. 18 state 
Doulbney O., quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Dowling Charles, polisher, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Dowling Patrick, laborer, h. 14 Meadow 

XxW 78 T T T> 7t imC Largest Line in Slate. GILT WOOD MOULD- 

)Lw JskikM* JrJ& ir JatJn5* ings and picture frames. 

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THE TUTTLE C OMPANY, Rutland, Vt., II and 13 Center Street, 

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LINEN BOND, 

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HEAVY LINEN, 
Legal and Letter sizes for sale by 

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g&Hgg Bu SOk LIFE INS. CO., «* jgEF ■ 

Cowling Samuel, carpenter, bds. 3-8 Union 
Downs Ellen, domestic, 9 Cottage 
Downs Eliza Mrs., bds. 32 State 

Downs Geo., finisher, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Downs George, engineer, h. 40 Granger 
Downs Hugh, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Downs John, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Downs Jennie Miss, dressmaker, bds. 32 State 
Downs John, truckman, b. 1 1ST, Main 
Downs Win. F., h. 32 State 
Downs Mary, h. 32 State 
Downs Jennie, h. 32 State 
Doyle Daniel F., laborer, h. 38 Plain 
Doyle James, polisher, h. 131 West 
Doyle Maggie Miss, employed at Bates House 
Doyle Luke, bds. 71 South 
Doyle Rose Mrs., h. 71 South 
Drake Ida, shirtmaker, bds. 55 East 
Drew John H., moulder, h. 13 Jackson ave. 
Driscoll Wm., brakeman, 78J S. Main 
Drisline Dennis, h. 10 Ripley's tenement, Center Rutland 
Drury T. L., local editor Evening Telegram, h. 7 Crescent 
Dabey Theo., blacksmith, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Dubie Joseph, laborer, h. 47 Green 
Dubois Ellen, b. 11 Chestnut 
Duchan Ida Mrs., employed at 41 Center 
Ducharme John, mechanic, h. 45 State 
Ducliarme John, Jr., machinist, h. 36 State 
Ducharme Magloire, rnarhle turner, Bardillo, h. 29 South 
Duckett Louis, h. Woodward ville, West Rutland 
Ducloss John, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Duclos Jos., laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Dufacy Darby, laborer, h. 104 West 
Duffy Annie, tailoress, bds. Pleasant st, West Rutland 
Duffy D. T., boxer, True Blue M. Co., West Rutland 
Duff Frederick, machinist, h. 15 School 

Duffy & Clifford, groceries, meat, cigars, tobacco, crock- 
ery, boots, shoes, coal, wood, etc., 14 Evelyn (see adv.) 
Duffy D. T., bds. 18 Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Duffy Edward O, (Duffy & Lenieux) h. 4 Evergreen ave. 



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Teacher, Child, or 

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givinfcbrief facU concern me nearly 10,000 Noted 
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locating and briefly describing over 25,000 places, 
and a Vocabulary of the names of Noted 

FICTITIOUS PERSONS AND PLACES. 

Tho latter ia not found in any other Dictionary. 

Webster i? Standard Authority in the Government Printing Office, and with the U. S. 

Supreme Court. It Is reeommendad by the Statu Supl's orSchools of 36 Stales, and 

by tho leading College Presidents of the II, S. and Cnnadu. 

Published by G. & C. MERRIAM &. CO. , Springfield, Muss. Illustrated Pamphlet free, 

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Goodas^okT^lhrfflTNA LIFE. 
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Duffy John, inwkBt gardener, 67 East (see adv.) 

Unify John, laborer, h. 73 West 

D Sv Margaret Mrs., dressmaker, bds. 38 Wales 

Duffy & LenieuX, carriage,. atas blacksmiths and horse- 

sboers, Main, cor. Clarendon ave. (see adv ) 
Dnff V Thos. E., marble worker, bds. Globe Hotel 
Dugan John, clerk, at Gun's, h. State, junction of West 
1) nil-ail Michael, 63 State 
DniflU Patrick, h. 161 West 
Dulan William, polisher, bds. 161 West 
Iinfnond Charles, mechanic, h. 11 Lincoln ave. _ 

tZS&Sl Jolm' L., stone cutter, h 6 High, West Rutland 
Dnndas Edward, shoemaker, h. 16 Mineral 
n nklee B. F., ice dealer, h. 108 N. Mam (sec adv.) 
DaSde! 15* if, i^ deliverer, N. h. Main, near Mill village 
Dunldee Jane Miss, h. 101 H. Main 
Dnnklce Lucia Miss, h. 101 N. Main 

Dunlap John, moulder, h. 25 Green 

Dunlap Lawrence, painter, h. 74 West 

Dnnn Daniel, farmer, bds. Central House 

Dunn James, coachman, G. Reynolds h. IS Wales 

Dmm James C., Jr, clerk, Dunn & Cramton, h. 3 Cottage 

Dunn Jasper, mason, li. 38 Forest 

D inn & Cramton, stoves, furnaces, tin, glass and wooden 

DL " waS, phinibing etc., 14 and 16 Merchants Row (see adv.) 

Dunn James C, (Dunn & Cramton), b. 3 Cottage 

Dnnn Michael, bds. 54 South 

Dunn Nancy C. Mrs., h. 12 Elm 

Ilium Thomas, bds. 54 South 

Dunn Wm. E., clerk, W. S. Smith, h. Madison, cor. Strongs 

D rurtSan Catherine, h. 16 Barnes, West Rutland 

mmiian Margaret! tailoross ^ V ! ™^o 1 6 
Duuuigan I\ J., marble worker, Sheldon Marble Co., b. lb 

Barnes, West Rutland 
Dimmgan Thos., marble worker, Sheldon Marble Co., West 

Dunton a! J., general manager, Bardillo Marble Manufac- 
Hiring Co., h. 8 Sumincf 

WHIM'S FINE STtflOMY, t^~Fas1iioiable Coirespondeaoo. 

ii ui 1 1*1 u " TH E TUTT LE CO . , ii and 13 Center street . 

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SELF-INDEXING LETTER FILE. 

THE ONLY PB ACTIO Ar, HANGING FI±,E. 

Too well knoivn to need any descrip- 
tion. 

MILTON BRADLEY CO., 

Art Lithogra pliers and Publishers of 

fegGames and School Aids, 

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THE TUTTL.E COMPANY, Agents, Rutland, Yt. 




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THE KING PACKAGE TOILET PAPER 

is made of cut sheets of tissue of suitable size, slightly attached to each 
other. By removing one sheet another falls into position, and so on till 
the entire package is used ; exposing the sheet u early its entire length so 
tliat it may he seized with the hand, as shown in the illustrations. This 
may be used equally iveil without other holder than a hook or nail to hang 
it on, (see Fig. 2) but when used in Hotels and other public places we re- 
commend the Metal Fixture, as the paper can only be taken from it one 
sheet at a time. 

Manufactured by Morgan Envelope Co. Can be procured of 
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G. F. NORTH, fflALMItfS CO 2vlMCB0W. 

STATE MANAGER, *M**" "'■'■ u ill"- "U., TELEPHONE. 

Dunton Edson H., foreman, h. 10 Pearl 

Dunton Franklin 0., shipping clerk, h. 8 Summer 

Dnnton Geo. W., engineer, b. 25 North 

D unton Melvin R., enpt. Columbian Marble Co., Ii. 1 Bnrn- 
liam ave. 

Dunton Minnie, stenographer, Rardillo, h. 3 Summer 

Dunton Silas G., mason, h. 25 North 

Dunton William H., speculator, h. creek road to Proctor 

Dunton Walter C, lawyer, office Baxter Bank bld'g, Ii. Wash- 
ington, cor. Niekwackctt 

Dunton Wilbur, asst. supt, Columbian Marble Co., Ii. 1 
Cleveland ave. 

Dupaw CI) as., painter, h. 29 Brown 

Dupaw Wesley, ironer, bds. 33 Brown 

Dnpont John, moulder, h. 74 Strongs ave. 

Dupont Joseph, quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 

Dnpree Frank, foreman machinist, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Durfec Carlton W., butcher, h. 65 Washington 

Dnrfee Madison, watcli repairer, h. 5 North 

Durick B. H., teamster, bds. 12 Evelyn 

Durick Michael, quarry man, V. M. Co., tenement SI, Wrat 
Rutland 

Dnrkec Chas, G., carpenter, h. 36 Church 

Dnrkee Eliza Mrs., shirtmaker, bds. 41 Elm 

Durkee flattie, shirtmaker, bds. 24 State 

Dnrkee, Herbert C, clerk, Mussey's, h. 29 Church 

Durkee, L. T., engineer, h. 3 Elm 

Dnrkee Nellie, shirtmaker, bds. 24 State 

Durrigan Ezra, mason, h. 3 Granger 

Dntellc Joseph Mrs., h. 55 Marble, West Rutland 

Dntelle Maria Mrs., h. Stratton road, near Woodstock ave. 

Dutton George, Dr., dean of Vermont Medical College, bds. 
6 Cottage 

Dwyer Annie B, Miss, domestic at 16 Court 

Dwyer Charles, teamster, b. 21 Ripley's tenement, Center Rut- 
land 

Dwyer Daniel, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 

Dwyer James, b. 5 Ripley's tenement, Center Rutland 

Dwyer Roger, h. 59 Main, West Rutland 

Dwyer Timothy, monlder, h. 7 Gibson ave. 



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ESTABLISHED 1870- 

CUSHMAN BROS. & CO. 

Window Shades, Cnrtain Fixtures, 

OPAQUE AND TINT CLOTHS, 

Hollands and Upholstery Hardware, 
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Stores ! Boston and Philadelphia. Office : New York and Chicago. 



CASH VALUES to its Policies. 

Dwycr Win,, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

Dye Clarence L., printer, Herald, lids. 15 Pari ave. 

Dye Joshua P., truckman, b. 15 Park ave. 

Dje Mattie E. Miss, h. 13 Summer 

Dye Nathaniel C., snpt. gas works, office at gas works, li. 

13 Summer 
Dyer Charles, switchman, lids. 21 Prospect 
Dyer H. H., farmer, h. Main, helow fair ground 
Dyer John, switchman, hds. 21 Prospect 
Dyer Patrick J., laborer, h. 21 Prospect 
Dyer Win. L., mechanic, h. 13 Engrem avc. 



Eageu P., finisher, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Earle Chas. L., carpenter, hds. 19 Evelyn 

Earle Chas. L., Jr., h. 8 Maple 

Eastman Chas. D., machinist, bds. 6 Pine 

Eastman Frederick Mrs., h. Mendon road 

Eastman Emma, shirtmakcr, bds. 22 State 

Eastman Milo F., mechanic, h. 89 East 

Eastman Thomas N., sausage maker, li. 42 Center 

Eastman John E., clerk, h. 54 Church 

Eaton Albert H., clerk, H. H. Brown & Co., West Rutland 

Eaton D. O., carver, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Eaton Edwin A., Jobber, b. West st., cor. Pine 

Eaton Elbridgc, painter, h. West st., cor Pine 

Eaton G. W., teamster, h. 36 State 

E ay res Ceo. N., snpt. of House of Correction, office and 

residence at the institution 
Eayres James, farmer, extension Grove st., beyond limits 
Eddy Webb, laborer, h. "82" North Main 
Eddy Ered C, salesman, Pardy & Babbitt, bds. 12 Maple 
Eddy F. 0. Mrs., millinery, 23 Merchants Row, h. 12 Maple 
Eddy Herbert W„ clerk at P. 0. 

Eddy Win. F, clerk, Baxter JSatfl Bank, li. 22 Madison 
Edgerton Emma Miss, h. 14 West 
Edgerton Edwin, lawyer, h. 26 Woodstock aye. 
Edgerton Jane H., matron, House of Correction 
Edson A. W., clerk, V. M. C, bds. 5 Madison 

Evury thing needed by Morel mi its, Bankers 
or Professional Men. THE TUTTLE CO. 



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WHOLESALE 





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G. F. NORTH, 

STATE MANAGER 



ITNALlFEINS.CO^Hfgy . 

Edson Albert W., bookkeeper, H. O. Edson, h. 32 Church 
Edsotl AlotlZO B., carpenter, builder and dealer in real 

estate, h. 32 Church 
Edson A. H. Mrs., Ii. Church, cor. Crescent 
Edson B.j clerk, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Edson Clarence O., clerk, it. Crescent, cor. Clmreh 
Edson Harry L., clerk, Townsend's, li. 32 Church 
Edson James A., h. 5 Madison 
Edson J. H. clerk, Y. M. Co., h. 5 Madison 
Edson J. H., foreman, V. M. Co., Proctor, b. 5 Madison 
Edson Henry O., wholesale and retail dealer in lumber, 

Eash, doors, blinds, etc., 45 West, li. cor. Crescent (see 

ad v.) 
Edwards John C, painter, b. 48 Pine 
Eggleston F. L. Miss, dressmaker, h. 73 West 
Eggleston Clara, teacher, bds. 12 Woodstock ave. 
Eggleston H. F., prop. Union House, 43 State (see adv.) 
Eggleston Isaac, driver, h. 50 Temple 
Egideston Hiram, farmer, h. 83 Woodstock ave. 

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Eggleston J. Harley, foreman, Barker's livery 

Eginond C, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Eisig M & Co., merchant tailors, 3S Center, b. 49 Pine 

Eld John, blacksmith, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Elkey Henry, Jr., mechanic, h. off head of Allen 

Elkey Henry, emp. H. S. Co., b. off head of Allen 

Elkey John, mechanic, h ofF head of Allen 

Elkey Joseph, laborer, li. off head of Allen 

Elkey Joseph, laborer, h. 4 Hopkins 

Elliott Edward, printer, Herald, bds. Brock House 

Elliott Robt., teamster, V. M. Co., tenement 17, W. Rutland 

Elliott Win., blacksmith, h. 9 Elm 

Ellis George 1st, carpenter, h. 14 Park ave. 

Ellis George M., laborer, h. 31 River 

Ellis Helen M. widow Alex, li. 5| Grove 

Ellis Horace, mechanic, h. West Rutland 

Ellis A. D., merchant tailor, 7J Center, h. 17 Strongs ave. 

Elsou Julia W", Mrs., h. 47 West 

El wood George, lawn man, H. H. Baxter, h. Grove, cor, 

Garden 
Ellsworth J. D., street commissioner, h. 12 Grove 

Binding, Printing, Publishing, in all Branches. r %V^Zf^. con - 

THE TUTTLE CO., Established 1332. 



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Electrotyping Cuts on Wood or 
Metal bodies a specialty \ 

Phelps, Dalton & Co., Boston. 







Acme Stationery ep Paper Co., 



.-^•S^i MANUFACTURERS OF 



Writing fjajjens k $iuh ixml Sottas, 




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Paid-Up Values to its Policies. 

Ellsworth Jolm, bds. 12 Chestnut ave. 

El worth Thomas O, driver, L. G. Kingslcy's, h. rear 21 Park 
ave. 

Emery William, laborer, h. 123 West 

Emery Ceo, H- f photographer, over Dr. Lewis' drug store, 
2 Merchants Row, cor. West, h. 21 Park ave. (see adv.) 

Emery John B., traveling agent, h. 40 Kendall ave. 

Emery William, Jr., quarry man, fa. 123 West 

Emerson C. H., machinist, h. 87 Granger 

Ertgmm Andrus, farmer, h. 100 N. Main 

Erigrem E. ML, fee dealer, h. Cold river road, (see adv.) 

Engrem John, speculator, b- 65 Wales 

Engrcm William, farmer, h. Mill village 

Enro Joseph, machine man, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Enslow Geo. R., laborer, fa. 39 Crescent 

Eiicson August, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Ericson Elof, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Ericson Axel, laborer, Y. M. Co. Proctor 

Ericson Clias. J., quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Erickson Jolm, quarry man, V. M. Co., fa. tenement 9, West 
Rutland 

Erlandson Chas., loader, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Egperanza Marble quarry, West Rutland 

Estey Organ Co., dealers in pianos and organs, 25 Mer- 
chants Row (see adv.) 

Eimow Mary, dressmaker, h. 22 West, Proctor 

Eustace Alexander, iron or, bds. 47 Brown 

Eustace Edward, laborer, h. 47 Brown 

Eustace John H,, at gas works, fa. 45 State 

Eoataee Mary, domestic, 46 Washington 

Evans Thos.,' cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Everest B. ¥., blind maker, Harris', li. 2 Merchants Row 

Everest B. F. Mrs., cashier, Rochester Clothing Co., h. 2 
Merchants Row 

Everett Albert, carpenter, bds. 12 Pine 

Everin M. W., tailor, Pollard, fa. 24 Summer 

Everin Win., fa, Clarendon ave., West Rutland 

Everin Patrick, h. Clarendon ave., West Rutland 

Eversotl &. Co., proprietors Rutland Monumental Works, 
OS West (see adv.) 

HALF A MILLION ENVELOPES ^FtUTTLE C 0. 

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THE DADO SHADES 

are among the most popular designs made. They arc per- 
fectly executed, unique, artistic, and meriting the largo de- 
mand we have for them. They are handsomely finished and 
mounted on the Mjnktto String Rollek, each Shade wrapped 
and clearly stamped with the design, number, color and 
length. 

Our line of Plain and Fringed Shades, mounted and 
wrapped in the same elegant manner as the Art Shades, in- 
cludes all the popular Minctto colors. 

MINETTO SPRING ROLLERS, 

manufactured by us, are perfect; in workmanship, made of the 
best material, have ample spring power, and are superior to 
the fixtures used by the trade. We also make a roller de- 
signed for heavy shades, labeled The Minetto ** Extra," 
which possesses all the desirable qualities of the Mjnktto 
Spring Rolleh, and will give perpetual pleasure by its qniet, 
positive action. The Minetto Rollers are strictly first-class, 
and every one guaranteed perfect. 

MINETTO SHADE CLOTH CO., 

OSWEGO, N. Y. 

New York Salesrooms } 111 & 113 Franklin St. 

THE TTJTTLE COMPANY, Agents, Rutland, Vt. 






fe&sgsgfa. ffl HAunm co.,«gSF' 

Everson Alfred, marble worker, bds. 2 Maple 
Everson James (Everson & Co.), a. 2 Maple 
Everts M. G. Mrs., h. 18 "West 

Exberg Gustave, quarryman, V. M. Co., tenement 25, West 
Rutland 



Fabiani A., cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Fahiana S., marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Fad den Chas., h. 4 Park 

Fagan Joseph, millman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Pagan Kate Miss, h. 42 Granger 
Fagan Margaret, domestic, 28 Washington 
Fagan Martin II., tailor at Morgan's, 6. S4 East 
Fagan Michael Mrs., h. 28 Woodstock are. 
Fagan Michael, laborer, h. 3S Granger 
Fagan Patrick, laborer, h. 58 Granger, cor. South 
Fagan Fcter, tailor, h. 30 Green 
Fahey John, employed by Fred Chaffee, 107 S. Main 
Fain' Edward, filler, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Fain Timothy, tiller, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Farmer A. II. , carpenter, h. 6 Williams 

Farmer E. F., farmer, h. west of Mill village, extension Grove 
Farmer Chas., marble worker, h. 1 State 
Farmer Emma Mrs., h. 18 Willow 
Farmer Frank J., fireman, h. 20 Church 
Farmer H. H-, farmer, h. west of Mill village, extension Grove 
Farmer Jennie Mrs., dressmaker, 2 Merchants Row, h. 5 Cot- 
tage 
Farmer Moses, hairdresser, b. 6 Evelyn 

Farmer Oliver, car builder, h. 5 Cottage 

FamSWOrth Ceo. H., veterinary surgeon (graduate of 
Ontario Veterinary College), office 22 Center, h. 27 West 

Farr B. H-, job wagon, pianos, furniture, etc., moved with 
care" All orders at McClnre Bros., Merchants Row, 
promptly attended to, h. 37 Grove 

Farr Burton V., buttonhole maker, h. 55 East 

Farr Carrie, shirtmaker, bds. 55 East 

Farr Henry L., pattern maker, h. 14 Chestnut ave. 



G-OLD STRAW WRAPPING- and 
STANDARD SHEATHING PAPER. 



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U . $♦ Official Gazette ♦.♦.,...,,,.,... ..„.„,.,,. 7ft x 1 \% 11 00 

Flicgendc Hlaetter * ,*.. gMxtz\4 ts co 

London Punch ,♦ ...,.„>',.., ». «,, ♦ .., 9?iXTs3^ — * 13 so 

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American Russia Back and Corners, Cloth Sides, ,,.*« ,...♦*. * to ' 

M orocco Back and Corners, Cloth Sides „ f* 10 ** 

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20 Payment Terminal NEVER LAPSES. 

Fair Miles W., clerk, h. 55 East 

Farr Rnssell E. M., engineer, bds. 5J Grove 

Farrar Henry C, ^special agent Equitable Life Assurance 

Co., Putnam & Sawyer block 
Furrell Arthur, employed Yalido M. Co., b. West Rutland 
Farrell Bessie, domestic at §2 S. Main 
Farrell Bryan, farmer, b. bead of Green 
Farrell Ellen Mrs,, h. N. Main, near ice 'house 
Farrell Ed, machine runner, Yalido, h. West Rutland 
Farrell James, clerk, Gary & Hoag, bds. 50 Grove 
Fan'ell John, ice deliverer, bds. N. Main, near the ice house 
Farrell John, quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Farrell John, quarry man, h, IS Marble, West Rutland 
Farrell Kate J., dressmaker, 54 West, cor. Grove 
Farrell Katie, shirtmaker, bds. 4 State 
Farrell Maggie, bds. N. Main, near the ice house 
Farrell M., qnanyman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Farrell Patrick, employed V. M. Co., Rutland Valley, Proctor 
Farrell P. H., ice deliverer, h. $. Main, near the ice house 
Farrell R. W., proprietor Bates House shaving and hairdrcss- 

ing parlor 
Farrell Thomas, sawyer, h. 183 West, cor. Cram ton ave. 
Farrell William, barnessmaker, h. on R. R.,opp. Scale Works 
Farrington George, h. 16 Temple 
Farrington Georgian a, employed at 41 Center 
Farwell Frederick L., artist, b. 14 Chestnut ave. 
Far well Rnssell W., shoe dealer, h. 3 Pearl 
Fassett, R. F., plumber, Dmm & Cramton, bds. 1 Grove 
Faulkner Addie, Mrs., h. 32 S. Main 
Faulkner Eli J., engineer, h. 32 Plain 
Faulkner Charlotte, domestic, 30 Grove 

Faulkner M. L., livery, sale and boarding stable, 11 Willow 
Fay James J., bookbinder, blank book manufacturer, 61 

Merchants Row, h. 23 Pine 
Fay Peter Mrs., h. 62 Woodstock ave. 
Fay William, laborer, h Clarendon road 
Fee Henry, teamster, h. west creek road, Proctor 
Feeley James, fireman at Bard well House 
Feelcy Joseph, ironer, bds. 33 Union, cor. Forest 
Feeley Katie, milliner, bds. 1 Strongs ave. 

Calligraphic, Stylographic THE TUTTLE CO* 



AND UNtQVE FOUNTAIN PEN?. 



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§£J pLffli LIFE M S. CD., «» ■ 

Feeley Thomas, cook, Bard well House, b. 1 Strongs ave. 

Fdt Chas. E., millman, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Felt Fred K., machinist, bds. 28 Main, West Rutland 

Felt Jas. G., foreman, H. S. Co., fa. 13 Strongs ave. 

Felt John, clerk, bds. 28 Main, West Rutland 

Felt William W., fa. 28 Main, West Rutland 

Fenn Edward, grocer and druggist, 97 Center, h. 91 Center 

Feim Francis Mrs., k. 8 West 

Fenn Frederick, druggist and dealer in fancy goods, sport- 
ing goods, toys, etc., 15 Center, h. 9 West (see adv.) 

Fenton J, J-, printer, Telegram, k. 47 East 

Fentoii Jeremiah, laborer, h. 4 Alien 

Fenton Lottie L. Miss, bds. 8 Nichols 

Fenton Mary, domestic, 11 Pleasant 

Ferguson Grace, bds. 12 Cottage 

Ferguson Henry A., freight clerk, fa. 12 Cottage 

Ferguson W. L., freight ageut, D. & H., fa. 12 Cottage 

Fernald Jokn, mechanic, bds. 13 Evelyn 

Ferrell W. W., fine harness made to order, repairing a 

specialty", all work first class, 40 Wales, fa, 18 Willow 
Ferry Dennis, polisher, h. 20 Ripley's tenement, Center Rutland 
Field Fred A., postmaster, h. 101 Center, cor. Main 
Field Geo. W., night foreman, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Field Henry p., cashier, Rutland Co. Rank, h. 27 N.Main 
Field Isaac, foreman, V. M. Co., tenement 71, West Rutland 
Field Rollin D., machinist, h. 13 Chestnut ave. 
Field Wm. M., president, Rutland Savings Bank, h. 101 

Center, cor. Main 
Field Wm. H., carpenter, fa. 13 Chestnut ave. 
Files Joseph, laborer, bds. 14 Allen 
Fillmore Wm. H., tinsmith for Dunn and Cramton, bds. 4 

Elm 
Finch Annie E. Miss, at Dr. J. G. Johnson's residence 
Finn Nellie, domestic, 37 Washington 
Fintell Henry, farmer, h. Main near Mill village 
Fish Albert (A. & F. Fish), h. 19 Elm, West Rutland 
Fish A. & F., grocers, 6 Clarendon are., West Rutland (see 

adv.) 
Fish Frank (A. & F. Fish), h. 19 Elm, West Rutland 
Fish Lionel G-, h. 5 Engrem ave. 



FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS 

ARE THE BEST. 



They arc for sale only at 

THE TUTTU CO/S, 






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•aimer,, j^aus ®a*» w 

TYPE FOUNDERS, 

6) & 63 THeekman St., and 64 & 66 Gold St,, 
NEW YORK. 




BOOK, NEWSPAPRE AND JOB TYPE, 

DURABLE-EXACT IN BODY, LINE AND FINISH. 

We furnish all kinds of Type and Printing Material. 

CASES, CABINETS, GALLEYS, ETC. 

ferass klilo, 1*^3 ar^. iVUtal f Uri\ittire. 

We also Cast our Type on the " Point System, ' ' which we keep in Stock. 

ESTIMATES AND SPECIMENS FURNISHED ON APPLICATION. 

OUR TYPE METAL-A COMBINATION OF COPPER (AN INGREDIENT FOR OVER HALF 
A CENTURY), TIN, ANTIMONY ANO LEAD-IS EQUAL TO ANY OTHER IN USE. 



life insurance. jj6* Merchants Bow. 

Fish Lionel, Jr., h. 29 Jackson ave. 

Fish Euos C., deputy sheriff, 39 Clarendon ave., W. Rutland 

Fisher Henry W., clerk, bds. 72 Forest 

Fisher J. \V\, dining rooms, confectionery, etc., 57 Merchants 

Row, h. Madison ave., cor. Strongs ave. 
Fisher M. E., travelling salesman, with E. D. Kcyes & Co., 

bds. 57 Washington 
Fisher Mark P., clerk, W. H. H. Fisher, h. 17 West 
Fisher W: H: H., druggist and apothecary, 7 Merchants 

Row, h. 17 West (see adv.) 
Fisk Benjamin J., farmer, h. Main, helow R. R. crossing 
Fisk Chas. W., farmer, h. Mendon road, east of Mill village 
Fisk John, farmer, h. Mendon road, east of Mill village 
Fisk James M., li. N. Main, beyond ice house 
Fisk Ollie, h. 19 Summer 
Fitch Hiram H., carpenter, h. 22 Mineral 
Fitzgerald Charles, painter, h. 6 Fifth ave. 
Fitzgerald James, mason, li. 57 East 
Fitzgerald John, off head of Green, Stratton road 
Fitzgerald John II., mason, li. Baxter, near Maple 
Fitzgerald Samuel, blacksmith, bds. 93 Forest 
Fitzgerald Thos., laborer, h. N. Grove 
Fitzgerald Kate Miss, clerk, B. H. Burt's, bds. 39 Wales 
Fitzsimmons James, laborer, h. 10 High 
Fitzsimmons John, h. Wood ward villo, West Rutland 
Fitzsimmons Philip, teacher, bds. Barnes House, W. Rutland 
Flagg George, brakeman, bds. 8 Granger 
Flaherty Kate, chambermaid at Bardwell House 
Flaherty James, laborer, h. 17 School 
Flanders Chas., repair shop, 1 Tcrrill, cor. Main 
Flanders David, laborer, fa. head of Allen 
Flanders Geo. T. Mrs., h. 1 JSickwackett 
Flanncry Kittic L., dressmaker, i2 Center, bds. 23 Granger 
Flannery Michael, employed by Dr. Hanrahan, 38 Center 
Flannigan John, shoemaker, h. 18 West, Proctor 
Fleming James, V. M. Co. tenement 88, West Rutland 
Fleming Michael, marble worker, Sheldon M, Co., W. Rutland 
Fleming Michael, Sheldon M. Co., bds. Pleasant, cor. Mill 
Flowers James, h. 50 Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Flynn Agnes, shh'tmaker, bds. 64 Meadow 

Fine Stationery ^^HEiUTiCECoT 

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EAGLE PENCIL GO., 

NEW YORK, 

Manufacture the largest assortment of 

PENCILS, PEN HOLDERS, RUBBER ERASERS, SLATE 

PENCILS IN WOOD, COLORED CRAYONS, 

MAGIC KNIVES, AUTOMATIC 

PENCILS, ETC. 

Eagle Crown Pen Holders, Rubber Tipped. 

E"AGLE STOP GAUGE AUTOMATIC PENCILS Witli Black, 
Copying Inlt and Colored Leads. 

Latest Eagle Improved Copying Ink Lead 




Is unexcelled for Smoothness, Firmness and Durability.. It Is 
equally dosirable for all general uses or for correspondence, 
and though in writing it is black, you can obtain a Press copy 
(through the usual ordinary method), which becomes an 
Indelible Green. Used in either our Stop Gauge or Enigma. 



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G. F. NORTH, 

STATE MANAGES, 



JTNALimS.CO., 



2IMBIUKTS ROW. 

TELEPHONE. 



Flynn Bernard, blacksmith, h. 52 Meadow 

Flynn Bryan, mason, h. 118 River 

Flynn B. C. Miss, tailoress, Morgan's, h. 118 River 

Flynn Elizabeth Mrs., h. 64 Meadow 

Flynn Henry, stone cutter, bds. 64 Meadow 

Flynn Hugh C, mail carrier, 64 Meadow 

Flynn Mary, employed at Bardwell House 

Flynn Mary, dressmaker, Sawyer's block, bds. 118 River 

Flynn Maggie, dressmaker, Sawyer's block, bds. 118 River 

Flynn Patrick, laborer, bds. 118 River 

Foley B., millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Foley Carrie, bds. 21 Mineral 

Foley George, polisher, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Foley James, bds. 6S Forest 

Foley James, cutter, V, M. Co., Proctor 

Foley John, h. 21 Mineral 

Foley John H., machinist, h. 48 Meadow 

Foley John, blacksmith, bds. 48 Meadow 

Foley John, quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Foley Mary Mrs., bds. 3 Howe 

Foley Michael, marble cutter, V. M. Co., creek road, Proctor 

Foley Richard, stone cutter, h. 20 Strongs ave. 

Folsom L. B., principal of high school, bds. 19 S, Main 

Fonda Job P., mail agent, h. 6 Chestnut ave. 

Fontana C, marble worker, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 

Forbes C, H., pension and claim agent, office at Berwick 
House, resides at Brandon (sec adv.) 

Force Robert, millman, V. M. Co., b. tenement 12, W. Rutland 

Ford John, marble worker, h. 71 East 

Ford Moses, marble worker, h. 38 Church 

Fosburgh Daniel, physician and surgeon. Office and resi- 
dence 17 Clarendon ave., West Rutland. Office hours 
until 9 a. m. and 12 to 2 and 6 to 8 p. m. 

Fosburgh Harvey, engineer, bds. Blan chard ave., W. Rutland 

Fosburgh M. D., engineer, h. Blanchard ave., West Rutland 

Foss Edwin M. Mrs., h. 40 Grove 

Foss Ella E., bds. 40 Grove 

Fobs John W, clerk, F. W. Watkius, bds. 40 Grove 

Foster Addie, bds. 13 Meadow 

Foster Edwin L-, carpenter, h. 13 Meadow 

BLANK BOOKS at very low prices. 

THE TUTTLE CO.. 11 and 13 Center Street. 



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DENISON M'F'G CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

SUpi Tags, Gummed Labels, Seals, GummeA Paper, 



r.MrOKTERS OF 

ENGLISH TISSUE PAPER; 105 Shades always in- stock. 

AGENTS FOR 

McGill's Paper Fasteners, Willson's Gummed 
Letters and Figures. 

Above line for sale by all Stationers. 

DENISON MANUFACTURING COMPANY, 

26 Franklin St., Boston, Mass. 198 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

630 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, I>ii. 100 Wabash Ave., Chicago, III. 
143 Walnut St., Cincinnati, Ohio. 404 N. Third St., St. Louis, Mo. 

THE TUTTL.E COMPANY, Agents, Rutland, Vt. 

- New Eflilani Brancl A. P. f . Paper Company, 

W. J. MOBTON, Manager, 72 Pearl St., 

BOSTON. 

PERFORATED 

Wrapping and Toilet, 

FULL STOCK OF 

Manilas, News and White Papers. 

Correspondenco solicited. 



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AQKNTS WANTSD. 26j. Merchants Row. 

Foster Frank, h. off head of Woodstock five. 

Foster John, moulder, h. Ill River 

Foster Lawrence W., brakeman, h. 5 Traverse place 

Foster Levi C, h. 47 Main, West Rutland 

Foster M. J, Mrs., sole agt, Propaeh French system of 

dress cutting. Office 2 Merchants Row, h. 9 Park ave. 
Foster Patrick, laborer, h. 106 Rivet- 
Foster Patrick, laborer, h. 13 Meadow 
Foster Simeon P., carpenter, h. 28 State 
Foster Wm., mechanic, h. off head of Allen street 
Foster William, marble polisher, hds. 106 River 
Foster William, laborer, h. Sfratton road, near Woodstock ave. 
Fox Edward, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Fox Edwin H., on Herald staff, h. 2 Cottage 
FOX Ceo. H., physician and surgeon, office and residence 2 

Cottage, office hours 8 to 9 a. m., 12 to 2 and 7 to 9 i\ M. 
Fox lleman, at Moseley it Stoddard's, hds. 39 Wales 
Fox Henry, polisher, h. 7 Cramton ave. 
Fox Henry, polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Fox John, blacksmith, li. 77 Kivcr 

Fox Matthew, inillman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Fox Mattic P., bds 2 Cottage 

Fox Michael, sawyer, h. Marble, opp. depot, West Rutland 
Fox Michael, blacksmith, bds. 77 River 

F'ox Michael, polisher, h. 23 Ripley's tenement, Center Rutland 
Fox Michael, blacksmith at Espcranza, West Rutland 
Fox S. F., watchman, h. 52 State 
Foy Abial P., driver, h. 52 Pine 
Foy Allen L,, candy maker, bds. 52 Pine 
Foy Chas. W., clerk, h. 9 Nichols 
Foyles John A., painter, h. 45 Pino 

Fragon Joseph, stonecutter, bds. Parties House, West Rutland 
Francis Alexander, quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., West 

Rutland 
Francis Charles, sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Francis Henry, engineer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Francisco A. D., farm insurance agent, h. 99 Center 
Francisco Herbert, bds. 99 Center 
Francisco I. H. (M. J. Francisco & Son), and Secy. Rutland 

Electric Light Co., h. 23 Washington 

TMTT T TWrT T Mercantile and School Writingand Copyirur, a11 

ill 11 ♦ 11X11 ♦ —kinds. THE TUTTLE CO. 



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WHITING PAPER CO., 

HOLYOKE, NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA. 
Capacity, 25 tons per day. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Every Variety of Writing ani Envelope Paper, Bristol Boards, 

LINENS, LEDGERS, Etc. 

PHILADELPHIA HOUSE, 

18 South Sixth Street. 
Complete lines of all our various m sin u facto res are here carried. 

NEW YORK HOUSE, 

150 and 153 Duane Street. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

FINE STATIONERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

BEVEL CARDS, FINE CORRESPONDENCE PAPERS 
AND WEDDING- GOODS, MOURNING STATION- 
ERY, FINE PAPETERIES FOR THE ' 
HIGn CLASS TRADE. 

Manufacturers of Whiting's Standard Papers, 

The Finest Papers Manufactured for Society Correspondence. 
— sold BY — 

THE TUTTL.E COMPANY, RUTLAND, VT. 



G. F. NORTH, 

STATE MANAGER: 



ITM LIFE INS. CO, «»«!»• 



FranciSCO M. J, & Son, insurance, Rutland Savings Bank 
block, h. 23 Washington 

Francisco M. J., (M. J. Francisco & Son), and pres. and mana- 
ger Rutland Electric Light Co., h. 23 Washington 

Francisco Rollo, drug clerk, bds. 99 Center 

Frank S., marble worker, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Frank S. A., h. Brown, cor. Smith, West Rutland 

Franklin Ernest L., marble dealer, h. 59 Grove 

Franklin Leonard N., marble dealer, h. 59 Grove 

Franzoni Andrea, polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Franzoni F. A., polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Franzoni Charles, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Frazier Ed, hostler at Henry W. Richardson's livery, Willow 
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Frasier Elisha, Clarendon avc., West Rutland 

Frazier James, laborer, h. Clarendon road, West Rutland 

Frazier Orilla, bds. Clarendon road, West Rutland 

Fredette Frank 1st, quarry man at True Blue Marble Co. 

Fredette Frank 2d, sawyer, Y. M. Co,, tenement 70, West 
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Fredette Henry, laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Fredette Louis, quarry man, Y. M. Co., tenement 60, West 
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Freeman Chas. F, (Mercure & Co.,) b. 56 Kendall ave. 

Freeman E., teamster, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Freeman Godfrey, h. 33 Howe 

Freeman George W. Mrs., b. 7 Barnes, West Rutland 

Freeman Herbert, painter, h. Pleasant, West Rutland 

Freeman Henry, h. head of Alien 

Freeman Viola H. Mrs., b. 20 Main st., West Rutland 

Freigaug Fred, cutter, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Freisell G. E., at scale works, bds. 11 Noyes ave. 

French J, W., polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 

French Stephen, agent of Eddison's Electric Fire Ex- 
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French Melvin H., clerk, h. 79 East 

Frenier J. Henry, machinist, h. 49 Baxter 

Frcnoff John, quarry man, V. M. Co., tenement 45, West 
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Friii k Emma, dressmaker, bds. 10 Prospect 

Frinfe Louise, dressmaker, bds. 10 Prospect 

Frost Alhro, sashmaker, h. 15 Meadow 

Frost Bert A., chairmaker, h. 15 Meadow- 
Frost Chas. A., conductor, h. 38 Elm 

Frost Chas. E., h. 21 Washington 

Frost Lelaiui, laborer, Ii. 15 Meadow 

Frost Orlo S., laborer, h, 5 Cleveland avc. 

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Fuller Albert, b. Pleasant, West Rutland 

Fuller A. P. & Co., manufacturers and wholesale and re- 
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Fuller Alfred P. (A. P. Fuller & Co.), h. 7 Church 

Fuller A. J., millman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

Fuller Alden L., machinist, h. 24 Park avc. 

Fuller Arthur, farmer, h. two miles above Mill village 

Fuller Chas. A., photographer, 1 Merchant Row, b. 16 
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Fuller Duane, carpenter, b. Pleasant fit,, West Rutland 

Fuller David, sawyer, b. S Harrison ave. 

Fuller Francis P., bds. 7 Church 

Fuller J., carpenter, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

Fuller Jeduthan, carpenter, h. Pleasant st., West Rutland 

Fuller J., polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Fuller Louis W., mouu mental designer, bds. 7 Church 

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Fuller Mary E. Mrs., bds. 92 Forest 

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Fulton Chas. F., carpenter, b. 13 Park- ave. 
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Gaffney Patrick F., merchant tailor, 26 Marble, h. Pleasant st., 
West Rutland 

Gaffney T. J. Rev., pastor of St. Peter's Clmrcli, resi- 
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Gaffney William, tailor, bds. Pleasant st., West Rutland 

Gaffney Wm., millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Gage Geo., laborer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Gagnon Amanda, bds. 35 Franklin 

Gagnon Emily, bds. 35 Franklin 

Gannon Prospierc, h. 35 Franklin 

Gale Chas. A., hommopathic physician and surgeon, office 
and residence 20 West, ofliee botirs 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 v. m. 
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G ali van Mrs., widow, h. Clarendon road, West Rutland 

Gallagher Ed. quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Gallagher James, marhle worker, Sheldon Marble Co., West 
Rutland 

Gallagher James, quarry in an, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 

Gallagher Katie, bds 85 S. Main 

Gallagher Maggie, hds. 85 S. Main 

Gallagher Patrick, cooper, h. 75 Baxter 

Galkgher Patrick, quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., West 
Rutland 

Gallagher Pat 2d, sawyer, Y. M. Co., Ii. tenement 77 

Gallipo Henry, teamster, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Gallipo Ramie, teamster, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Gallipo Joseph, teamster, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Gandrow Frank, quarryman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Grmion James, h. Pleasant st., West Rutland 

Gan ion Mary, domestic, 12 Cottage 

Gannon Jobn, grocer, Marble St., West Rutland 

Gardner, A. J., clerk, Combination Cash Store, b. 16 Church 

Gardner James, marble worker, Sheldon Marble Co., West 
Rutland 

Gardner John, asst. cook at Rates House, bds. 105 West 

Gardner John W., painter, h. 105 West 

Garrett J. J., proof reader at The Tuttlc Co.'s office and Her- 
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Garvin Henry, wheelwright, bds. 35 Wales 

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Gary Ida J. Mrs., h. 11| Grove 
Gary Ruel 1?., farmer, h. 5 Crescent 
Gaaldll V". A., lawyer, bds. 4 Park avc. 
Gates Alonzo, nurseryman, h. 21 Crescent 
Gates C hal on, employed at Valido M. Co., West Rutland 
Gales Charles, nursery man, lids. 21 Crescent 
Gates Cyrus, secretary Moselcy & Stoddard M'f'g Co., bd3. 

Bard well House 
Gates Geo. I>., bds. Bard well House 
Gates Horace, machinist, h. 61 East 
Gates Mary C. Mrs., bds. Bard well House 
Gates Gardner, farmer, h. 1 Main, West Rutland 
Gaughan Kate, li. 13 School 
Gavan Annie Miss, Clinrch st., West Rutland 
Gavan James, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Gavan Matthew, inillman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Gavan Michael, quarry man, Sheldon M. Co., West Rntland 
Gavan Nora, domestic, 59 S. Main 

Gavan P., nuarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rntland 
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Gebo Stephen, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Gee Frederick, engineer, h. 51 Green 

Gee Frederick C, hostler, Creed's livery, ht, 30 East 

Gcer Geo., clerk, Gosselin & Poulin, h. 14 Mineral 

Geer Joseph, blacksmith, h. 10 Mineral 

Geer Libbie, elerk, Combination Cash Store, bds. 10 Mineral 

Geno Joseph, contractor, h. Geno ave, Proctor 

Geno Joseph, Jr., contractor, b. Geno ave. Proctor 

Generous Toussant, employed on Baxter's farm 

George Alberta M., vocal culture, b. 25 Pine 

George Cornelia, bds. 21 Elm 

George F ranees S. Miss, dressmaker, 19 Morel units Row, b. 

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George Thomas, machinist, h. 25 Pine 
German John P., sealer, li. 99 S. Main 
German Joseph, teamster, h. 57 West 
Germain Jolm F., carpenter, h. 32 Kendall ave. 
Germond Dewitt W., b. 5 Wafckius ave. 
Gcrrity Bartholomew, laborer, h, railroad, rear of Howe Scale 

Works 
Gerrity Michael, laborer, b. 11 Lincoln ave. 
Gcrrity Daniel, laborer, h. 47 River, near R. R. 
Gibbin Patrick, millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Gibeau Adolf, teamster, h. west end of State 
Gibeau Joseph A., hairdresser, Center Rutland 
Gibbs C. M., clerk h. 70 Grove 
Gibbs Cbas., clerk, M. Stearns, b. 70 Green 
Gibbs E. H., sealer, II. S. Co., b. 10 Royce 
Gibbs Emma F,, shirtmaker, h. 40 Center 
Gibbs Horace S. farmer, h. Proctor 

Gibbs James W., farmer, b. 3 South street, Proctor village 
Gibbs James W., Jr., machinist, b. 3 South street, Proctor 

village 
Gibbs M. V. B., h. 70 Grove 
Gibbs M. L., mechanic, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Gibson Alba D., sawyer, h. 4 Edson 
Gibson Cbas. H., blacksmith, bds. 44 S. Main 
Gibson Francis O., laborer, b. Main, Mill village 
Gibson Frank, farmer, b. N. Main, Mill village 
Gibson Isaac, mason, b. 14 Pino 

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Gibson Isaac, Jr., teamster, h. 60 West 

Gibson Joseph, barber, b. 27 Marble, West Rutland 

Gibson Josepli E., Jr., barber, 9 Main, West Rutland _ 

Gibson Joseph E , carrlagemaker, r err ill street, h. 44 & Maui 

Gibson & Mecier, blaeksmithmg and carnage repairing, 

horseshoeing a specialty, Terrill street 
Gibson Rebecca H. Mrs., h. 48 S. Main 
Gibson Samuel, farmer li. north o£ Mill village 
Gibson Timothy (>., watchman, Douse of Correction 
Giddings James C, district 4 

Giffin D. V., conductor, C. V. R EL, h. 57 Washington 
Gilbert Lncia M., artist, 16 Cottage 
Gilbourd 0., polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Gilchrist O. J-, physician and surgeon, office hours nntiL 9 
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Gilchrist Sarah A. Mrs, 21 Grove 
Gilfeather James, laborer, 45 River, near R. li. 
Gilfeather Patrick, marble worker, Sheldon Marble Co., West 

Rutland 
Gilfeather Thomas, laborer, h. 45 River 
Gilhooley Bridget, widow Owen, h- 22 South 
Gill John, laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Gill Wm. II., laborer, h. 22 Grove 
Gillam Adrian L., farmer, h. above Mill village 
Gillespie J. C, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Gilliiiati F., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Gilligan Patrick, li. Pleasant street, West Rutland 
Gillian Peter, h. Pleasant street, West Rutland 
Gilliknd John, gardener, h. West street, Center Rutland 
GilHgen James, quarryman, h. Proctor street, West Rutland 
Gillcn John, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Gil man Francis, h. 19 Woodstock ave. 
Giltnan Frank, brakeinan, h. 3 Traverse place 
Oilman Frank, h. 11 North 
Gilman George, carpenter, h. 26 Woodstock ave. 
Gilman James N, carpenter and builder, h. 54 Washington 
Gilman John, driver, Keyes & Co., li. 3 Maple 
Gilman Mitchell, laborer, h. 11 North 
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Gil more Chas. J., Pleasant street, West Rutland 

Gilmore Danforth B., stone cutter, h. 11 Wales 

Gil more Edward F., turner, h. 3 Grant ave. 

Gilmore James L., farmer, b. Pleasant street, West Rutland 

Gilmore Robert C, student high school, h. 93 Center 

Gilmore William, real estate, b. 93 Center 

Gilmore William R., marble dealer, b. West Rutland 

Gilraiu Bartholomew, farmer, h. 78 S. Main 

G drain F. T., ironcr, bds. 62 Meadow 

Gil rain James, moulder, h. 10 Green 

Gilrain John, millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Gilrain Michael, teamster, Keyes & Co., li. 78 S. Main 

Gilrain Patrick, meat, 1 Strongs ave. 

Gilraiu Sarah, 19 S. Main 

Gilson E. P., president Lincoln Iron Works, h. 8 Court 

Gilson Thomas S., contractor, h. 16 Williams 

Gilson Wilbur J., packer, h. 17 Evergreen 

Gindici G., cutter, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Gingras James, laborer, h. Elm, near Main, West Rutland 

Gingras, Josepli, marble worker, h. IS Mineral 

Ginness James, machinist, fa 27 Baxter 

Ginty Ann, domestic, 46 N. Main 

Giovanni G., polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Gipson Bert, clerk, bds. 11 Baxter 

Gipson C. P., bds. 11 Baxter 

Gipson Geo. M., peddler, h. 11 Baxter 

Giroux Alexander, polisher, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Giroux A., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Gittings John, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Glancy Annie, domestic, 22 Clarendon ave., West Rutland 

Glancy, Geo. F., marble polisher, h. 7 Mineral 

Glancy Michael, quarryman, V. M. Co., tenement 56, West 

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Glasson Charles H., grader, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Glasson E. J. Mrs. widow, h. 11 Clmrcli, Proctor 
Glasson John, laborer, V". M. Co., Proctor 
Glasson J. H.j photo printer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Gleasou Charles, trimmer, h. 50 State 
Gleason Daniel W., farmer, h. 73 East 
Gleason Daniel M., harnessmaker, li. 79 Church 

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Gleason Fred A., painter, h. 79 Church 

Gleason John, farmer, h. 11 Allen 

Gleason John L., mason, h. 13 Terrill 

Gleason Julia, chambermaid, 'Bard well House 

Gleason Maggie, domestic, 9 Cottage 

Gleason Michael, h. Castleton road, West Rutland 

Gleason Peleg, farmer, on quarter-line road 

Gleason Edward, farmer, on quarter-line road 

Gleason Martin L., laborer, b. 58 Washington 

Gleason Michael Mrs., b. 5 Howe 

Gleason Timothy, foreman, V. M. Co., b. 3 Harrison ave. 

Gleason William driver, h. 2 Fifth ave. 

Gleason Wm. 0., shipping clerk, h. 1 Grove 

Glynn James E., b. 8 Park 

Glynn Timothy, carpenter, h. 33 Union 

Glynn William T, clerk, bds. 33 Union 

Gload Alexander, carpenter, h. 7 Oak 

Gobar Mitchell, b. Proctor street, West Rutland 

Goddard Hannah F. Mrs., h. 8 Plain 

Goddard J. E., engineer, Onyx Works, h. 8 Plain 

Gokey Gertrude Mrs., bds. 11 Jackson ave. 

Gokey Omer, blacksmith, Y. M. Co., tenement 52, W. Rutland 

Goldsmith Catherine H., widow D. P., h. 46 Wales 

Golfin Michael, b. Harrison ave., West Rutland 

Gomez John J., fashionable hairdressing parlor, ladies' and 

children's hair cut and hanged in the latest style, 25| 

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Good Emil, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Good Silas, planer, bds. Farmer's Hotel 

Goodalc Jas. J., bookkeeper, Dunn & Cram ton, Ii. 5(1 N. Main 
Goodell Mollis R. Miss, dressmaker, h. 56 Wales 
Goodman Frank, laborer, h. 14 High 
Goodno O. J., Mrs., millinery goods, 25 J Merchants Row 
Goodno 0. J., machinist, h. 25^ Merchants Row 
Goodnow William A., carpenter, h. 76 N. Main 
Goodrich Frank, ironer, bds. 13 N. Main 
Goodrich Lucius F., farmer, Whipple Hollow rd., W. Rutland 
Goodsell T. H. Mrs., bds. 40 Kendall ave. 
Good speed James, mechanic, b. Pleasant st., West Rutland 
Goodwin M. S., milk, h. 1 Nickwackctt 

Wood Mouldings for Rooms 

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SELECT a Policy in THE MWK LIFE. 

Goodwin W. D., stenographer, h. 22 Summer 

Goold Mary A. Mrs., h. 26 Grove 

Goolcy Annie J. Miss, resides with Prod Chaffee, 107 S. Main 

Gooley Bridget, domestic, 48 Grove 

Gora Eugene, laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Gordon Moses, horseshoer, 13 Willow, h. 13 Willow 

Gordon Oscar, laborer, h. rear Strongs ave. 

Gordon O. II., millman, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Gorham Albert H., clerk, C. E. Ross, h. IT Strongs ave. 

Gorliam Chauncey, farmer, Clarendon road, West Rutland 

Gorham Franklin, Clarendon road, West Rutland 

Gorliam George, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Gorliam Henry D., butcher, li. 26 Clarendon ave, W. Rutland 

Gorliam Lonis, blacksmith, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Gorliam Maud, 39 Wales 

Gorham M. J. Mrs., bds. 54 Kendall ave. 

Gorham Win. L, pressman, The Tuttlc Co., rooms 84 West 

Gorman John, foreman, V. M. Co.,h. tenement 6, W. Rutland 

Gorton F. A., fanner, h. Cold river road 

Gosselid E., agent, grocery and meat market, 54 Center, h. 

i, 5 Strongs ave. (see adv.) 
Gosselin Ferdinand (Gosselin & Ponlin), h. 44 Elm 
Gosselin J. A., mason, li. 05 West 
Gosselin Joseph, teamster, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Gosselin Napoleon, machinist, h. SO Granger 
Gosselin & Poulin, groceries and meat market, 43 Center 

(see adv.) 
Gouchsn Patsy, laborer, bds. 104 West 
Gouehoe Adolphus, elerk, h. 34 Maple 
Gouchoe Frank, mechanic, h. 147 West 
Gould Fremont W., machinist, h. 65 Wales 
Gould F., quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Gould Harper C, bds. Park, opp. Granger 
Gould James, rrtiarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Gould J. A. (Gould & Burditt), li. 48 N. Main 
Gould N. R. Mrs., h. 3 Wales 
Could Win. H. II,, carpenter, h. 17 Baxter 
Goulding Matilda P., teacher, bds. 74 N. Main 
Colliding J- H-, salesman, Howe Scale Co., h. 74 N. Main 
Gore Freeman R,, carpenter, h. 17 Plain 



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ESTABLISHED 186*. Ktvuu* 

(j FI BHWSSS, Bres. C. W. Bilt.ikgs, .liens. 

J AS, II. WlS\YKI.L, blip*. 

The Billings Slate and Marble Company, 

Manufacturers ol and Dealers iu 

Slate Mantel Stock, Billiard Bed*, Blackboards for Schools, 
Purple Steps, Platforms, Urinal Slabs, etc. 

HYDEVLLLE, - ^_____ . 

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RED, GREEN, PURPLE AND VARIEGATED 

Roofing Slate. 

PRICES MADE FOR SLATE DELIVERED AT ALL PRINCIPAL . 
POINTS ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

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Furniture Top,, Bracket Shelves, Wash Sinks, Bath Tubs, Urintla. 

Grave Boxes, Lamp Bases, Turned Columns. 

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Could & Burditt, dealers in flour, grain, meal, feed, Lehigh 

and Lackawanna coal, lime, cement, etc., 8, 10 and 12 

Freight (see adv.) 
Goyette Augustin, hairdresser, h, 8 West 
Goyette Adolphus, carpenter, li. 90 Woodstock ave. 
Goyette Chas., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Goyette George, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Goyette Patrick, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W, Rutland 
Goyette Peter, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Goyette Simeon, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Grady Agnes, domestic, 39 N. Main 
Grady John, engineer, D. & 11., bds. 5i Grove 
Grady Katie, domestic, 39 N. Main 
Grady Wm., tinsmith, Dunn & Cram ton, fa. *2 Forest 
Graham Geo. EL, carpenter, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Graham H. G., Mrs., fa. creek road, cor. West St., C. Rutland 
Graham Hattie, bds. creek road, cor. West st., Center Rutland 
Graham James, tracer, V. M. Co., bds. creek road, cor. West 

street, Center Rutland 
Graham Joseph, stone cutter, bds. 26, Ripley's tenement, 

Center Rutland 



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Graham Win 

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Graham W. W., machinist, Sheldon Marble Co., I 

West Rutland 
Graham Win. W., foreman machinist, Sheldon Marble Co., 

h. 37 Main street, West Rutland. 
G-raildy Charles A., engineer, h. 30 S. Main 
Grandy John S., choice family groceries, 45 Forest, h. 16 

Howe 
Granger C. H., agent New York Life Insurance Co., office 

in Savings Rank block, 1). 23 Prospect 
Granger Geo. H., carpenter, h. 58 State 
Granger James, mason, h. 70 Baxter 
Granger Lyman P., marble cutter, h. 9 Meadow 
Granger Zrua Mrs., h. 9 Meadow 
Grant I. W., clerk for J. II. Grant, bds. 94 S. Main 
Grant J. H., meat market, 36 Center, h. 94 S. Main {see 

adv.) 
Grant Martha, 
Grattan Fred, 

Rutland 

Grattan Geo., mechanic, h. Proctor street, West Rutland 
Gravel Andrick C, confectioner, bds. 35 Wales 
Gravel Roderick E., blacksmith, bds. 35 Wales 
Graves Chas. E., clerk, 3 S. Main, h. 6 Court square 
Graves Geo. E., druggist, 3 S. Main, h. 6 Court square 
Graves Geo. E. & Co., tanners and leather and hide dealers, 

office Court square, cor. West 
Graves May, telephone operator, bds. 24 Cottage 
Gray E. J., m'g'r Rochester Clothing Co., bds. Bates House 
Gray Loriston, engineer, h. 77 Granger 
Great Eastern Fertilizer Co., so Washington 
Greaves James W., carpenter, h. 23 Green 
Green A. A., ice peddler, h. N. Main 
Green Anna B., dressmaker, bds. 30 S. Main 
Green C. H., machinist, h. 38 S. Main 
Green Cyrcl W., h. 13 Ross, West Rutland 
Green Daniel W. Mrs., h. 27 Main, West Rutland 
Green Edna, bds. 17 Pine 
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Green Edward R., clerk, Davis & Gay, h. 17 Tine 

Green Fred, driver, bds. 94 S. Main 

Green Geo., eoremaker, h, 62 S. Main 

Green Henry, Mrs., dressmaker, 38 S. Main 

Green flihmd E., h. Main below fair ground 

Green Ida, domestic, 14 Williams 

Green Louis Y., clerk, The Tuttle Co., h. 2 Williams 

Green Mary, domestic, 13 Pleasant 

Green Naney Miss, li. 6 Court square 

Green N. P. Mrs. h. 38 S. Main 

Green R. F., clerk, h. 1 State 

Greene Anna Miss, b. b' Court square 

Greene Nettie M., dressmaker, 21^ Center 

Greene Warren, laborer, h. west creek road 

Greeno Austin A., farmer, b. extension of Grove St., west of 
Mill village 

Greeno Benjamin R., farmer, b. .extension of Grove st., west 
of Mill village 

Greeno Prosper, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Gregory Geo., machinist, V. M. Co., Proetor 

Gregory J. E., marble grader, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Grenier Ferdinand, cooper, li. 46 S. Main 

Grenier John, custom boot and sboe making mid repairing, 
55 Marble street, West Rutland (see adv.) 

Griffin Alice Mrs. b. 54 Granger 

Griffin James Mrs., b. 4 Smith, West Rutland 

Griffin John, laborer, b. 35 Granger 

Griffin John, laborer, b. 4 Smith, West Rutland 

Griffin John, polisher, V.M. Co., Center Rutland 

Griffin Martin E., earpenter, h. Mill village 

Griffin Mary, 4 Prospect 

Griffin Maggie, 4 Prospect 

Griffin M. H., foreman pressroom, The Tuttle Co., h. 6 Con- 
vent ave. 

Griffin Patrick, quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

Grimes Frank II., photographer, h. 40 Pine 

Grimes, M. A. Mrs., h. 1 Strongs ave, 

Grinncll Ansel, h. 8 Smith, West Rutland 

Grinnell Emuiett R., carpenter, bds. 20 Clarendon ave., West 
Rutland 

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Grinnoll E., qasrrynmn, SheUon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Prinnpll Marv'Vail. electro-therapeutist, office and icsi- 
Qn d 12 H mSb! Office hour,, 12 to 2 and to 8 p. n, 

Griswold Charles, Valido, h. West Rutland 

Griswold Edwin L., farmer, h.45 Mam, West Rutland 

Griswold George A., engineer, h. 16 1 ark ave. 

Griswold Harriet Miss, li. 39 .West t^^a 

Griswold R. H, farmer, Whipple follow road West KutU. d 

Griswold S. H., physician and surgeon, 29 West- Office 

hours until 9 a. in., 1 to 3 and alter 7 p. W. 
Groonau Patrick, quarryman, Sheldon M Co West R. and 
Groonan Thomas, drug clerk, 91 Marble, bds. Pleasant st., 

West Rutland 
Groonoll John, mechanic, bds. Union Rouse 
Groonell Thos., clerk, E. P. Tyler & Co., West Rutland 
Grover Charles, clerk, b. 2 Strongs ave. 
G rover Chas. D., driver, 1). -5 Evergreen 
Grover M. H. Miss, dressmaker, 7£ Center 
Crow Frank M., pU™<S organs and musical goods, 40 

Center, h. 1 Wales (seo adv.) 
Grower P. C, h. 24 Churcli 
Grower Mason, clerk, bds. 24 Church 
Guard George, marble cutter, b. 58 Forest 
Guernsey J. W. Rev., b. 9 Tine 
Guerin David, h. 193 West 

Guertin Carlos, laborer,!.. Stratton road, near Woodstock ave. 
Guertin Louis T., battouliole maker, bds. 21 4 Center 
Gnertin Thomas, wheelwright, b. 7 North 
Guertin Joseph, Woodstock ave., near town line 
Gnertin Thos. L., rooms 21$ Center 
Guinness George, employed Bardwell House livery 
Gurry John, seetionman, Y. M. Co. tenemen 84 W Rutland 
Gustafsou Andrew, millman, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Gustafson A. G., quarryinau, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Gustafsou Emma, domestic, 26 Church 
Gustafson G. L, quarryman, Y. M. Co., 1 roctor 
Gustafsou M., bds. 26 Church 
Gutterson Angle L. Mrs., h. 15 Prospect 
Gutterson Ernest L., machinist, h. 15 1 rospect 
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Uaase A. W., marble turner, Y. M. Co., Praetor 

Hackett A. F., tracer, Y. M. Co. Proctor 

Plaekett Annie, domestic, 45 Washington 

Hackett Gilbert, at Y. M. Co., Whipple Hollow rd., W. Rutland 

Hackett John, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 

Hackett Joseph, quarry man, Esperanza, West Rutland 

Hackett Michael, quarryman, Esperanza, West Rutland 

Hackett Maggie, chambermaid at Central House. 

Hackett Matilda, domestic, 47 Washington 

Hackett Michael, millman, Sheldon Marble Co. West Rutland 

Hackett Michael, In Whipple Hollow road, West Rutland 

Hackett Win., teamster, Y. M. Co., West Rutland 

Hahar W., marble worker, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 

Hahar James, cutter, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Hakins C. A. Mrs., h. 20 Williams 

Halo FraukS., farmer, h. head Woodstock ave., near town line 

Haley Bridget Miss, b. 4 Meadow 

Haley James, quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

Haley James, mill foreman, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Haley John Capt, h. 4 Meadow 

Hall Chas., millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Hall Chas. Mrs., h. 32 Howe 

Hall Chas. H., sawyer, h. 59 Marble, West Rutland 

Hall Chas. L, farmer, Sheldon's, It. Clarendon ave,, W. Rutland 

Hall Dan K., h. 1 Garden 

Hall E. A., h. 59 Marble, West Rutland 

Hall II. A., music teacher, h. 14 Prospect 

Hall Henry Mrs., widow, P. O. address Rutland 

Hall John, quarryman, Y. M. Co., tenement 34, W. Rutland 

Hall John M., traveling salesman, h. 21 N. Main 

Hall Mary F., teacher, bds, 21 N. Main 

Hall Marcel Ins, teamster, h. 19 Union 

Hall R. E., mason, bds. 89 River 

Hall Roll in, laborer, bds. 12 Evelyn 

Hall T. W,, millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Hall Thos. W., farmer, district 10, Proctor 

Hall W. T., laborer, h. west creek road, Proctor 

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G. F. NORTH, 

STATE MANAGER, 



jETNA LIFE IHS. CO., 



2G»lliNTS ROW. 

TELEPHOKE. 



II alien Goat, filler, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Halpin J, B., bell boy at Bates House 
Hatpin John, laborer, b. 42 Spruce 
Halpin Michael, laborer, h. ±2 Spruce 
Halpin Timothy, stone cutter, h. 26 Maple 

Hamer's Perfect Washer, G. W. Stanton, general 

agent, at Dunn & Cramton's, 14 and 16 Merchants Row 

(see adv.) 
Hamilton "Fred L., bookkeeper, Sheldon Marble Co., bds. 

cor. Main, Clarendon ave. 
Hamilton James, cigar maker, bds. 31 Center 
Hamilton John, quarry man, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Hamilton J. R., sawyer, V". M. Co., Proctor 
Hamilton Milton, clerk, Combination Store, bds. 48 Clmrch 
Hamilton M. T. Mrs., music teacher, h, 41 S. Main 
Hamilton Owen, mechanic, h- 7 Park 
Hammond Edward Mrs., h. 38 Meadow 
Hanee "William, finisher, bds. 12Evelyn 
Haney Aggie, cashier, Combination store, bds. 35 Strongs ave. 
Haney Delia, domestic, 34 Washington 
Haney Hiram Mrs., dressmaker, h. 254, Center 
Haney Jas., mill foreman, V. M. Co., Proctor • 
Haney John, clerk, bds. 35 Strongs ave. 
Haney Fred, clerk, bds. 35 Strongs ave. 
Haney Lizzie Miss, dressmaker, b. Center, cor. Wales 
Haney Michael P., laborer, h. 35 Strongs ave 
Hanley Andrew, far mcr,W hippie Hollow road, West Rutland 
Hanley Bridget, domestic, Center, cor. Court 
Hanley John, marble polisher, lids. West st., Center Rutland 
Hanley John 1st, qnarryman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Hanley John 2d, farmer, Pleasant st., West Rutland 
Hanley John, stone cutter, h. 149 West 
Hanley John Mrs., h. 9 Meadow 

Hanley J. F. Miss, tailoress, b. Pleasant Btrcet, W. Rutland 
Hanley John W., polisher, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Hanley Martin, polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Hanley Sahiua Mrs., Whipple Hollow road, West Rutland 
Hannan Thomas, sawyer, Espcranza Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Hannnm Kingsley K., clerk, A. C. Bates & Son, and chief 

engineer fire department, h. 8 Woodstock ave. 

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THE ETNA'S 20 PaymttnTTora ind. 

Hanrahan James Mrs., h. Main, cor. Engrem ave. 
Han rahan John D., physician and surgeon, office 38 Cen- 
ter, residence 59 S. Main, cor. Engrem ave., office hours 
8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 2 and fi to 8 i\ m. 

Hanson Hans, foreman, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Hanson Peter, qnarryman, V. M. Co., tenement 59, West 
Rutland 

Hardy James Mrs., Ii. 03 Forest 

Harlow Wesley, painter, bds. 12 Park 

Harman Henry A., lawyer, office Clement building, h. S3 
Grove 

Harmon H. J., livery stable, 30 Clarendon, ave., West Rutland 

Harmon James E. Mrs, h. 30 Clarendon ave., West Rutland 

Harper Joseph, carpenter, h, 30 Jackson ave. 

Harper Nellie Miss, milliner, bds. 54 S. Main 

Harper Peter, boots and shoes, 37 Center, li. 54 S. Main 

Harrington Ed, polisher, bds. 36 Grove 

Harrington Fred, ehairmakor, h. 23 Hi don 

Harrington F. M., Nat. express driver, h. 1 Strongs ave. 

Flarrington Jos., bds. Farmers Hotel 

Harris Alfred M., fresco painter, h. 65 Sfate 

Harris C. B., shipper, Sheldon Marble Co., b. 29 Clarendon 
ave., West Rutland 

Harris Clias. E., clerk, V. M. Co.'s store, Proctor 

Harris ChaS. P., trcas. Harris Manufacturing Co. and 
Rutland Foundry & Machine Shop Co., h. 4 Pleasant 

Harris Manufacturing Co. and Rutland Foundry 
& Machine Shop Co., Consolidated. Door, 

sash and blind factory, saw and planing mill, lumber 
yard and chair factory, machine shop and foundry, Fur- 
nace street (see colored page) 

Harris Hattie, bds, 30 N. Main 

Harris Henry, polisher, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Harris Joel B„ president Rutland Foundry and Machine 
Shop Co., and Harris M'f'g Co., consolidated, h. 30 N. 
Main 

Harris John, assistant dairyman for Dr. J. G. Johnson 

Harris Pamela Mrs., bds. 2 Cottage 

Harris Paul P., clerk, bds. 29 Clarendon ave., W. Rutland 

Harrison David, mason, h. 70 S. Main 



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STATE MANAGER, JUlimUllU lilW. UU., TEUSPHONE. 

Harrison George; mechanic, bds. Fanners Hotel 



Harrison John, n ■ 



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Harrison James Mrs., h- 1*5 Engrcm ave. 

Harrison 0. F., ass't treasurer State Trust Co. and teller 

Clement National Bank, h. 5 Crescent 
Harrison William, laborer, bds. 16 Engrem ave. 
Hart Frank H., (Rutland Creamery Co.), 41 West 
Hart Fred, barber, bds. 14 Wales 
Hart Geo., farmer, h. Cold river road 
Hart L. N. Mrs., prop, home bakery, 3 N. Main, b. do. 
Hart M., millmau, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Hart Napoleon Mrs., h. 34 Fine 
Hart S, C. Mrs., li. 41 West 

Hart Win., ipiarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Hartnett John, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Hartncy John, qnarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Ilartney W 111.5 quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Hartwell John, shipper, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Harry John, qnarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Harwood E. V. N. Mrs., h. 30 Washington 
Hascall C. R. Mrs., boarding house, 19 Summer 
Hascall Geo. M., jeweler, h. 16 Main, West Rutland 
Haseall Emily S., widow, h. 16 Main, West Rutland 
Hassam Ceo. O., manager of the Central Livery and 

Carriage Co., a first-class livery and feed stable, and 

dealer in carriages and harness, robes, whips, halters, 

blankets, ete., Central House, h. 51 West 
Hassey Edward F., lawyer, N. Y. City, h. 11 Cottage 
Hastings E. F., engineer, B. & R., h. 79 Granger 
Hatch Ina Miss, bds. 4 Davis 
Hatch Im M. Mrs., h. 15 Wales 
Hatch Sarah J. Mrs., bds. Hates House 
Hathaway Allen T., laborer, bds. 52 Pine 
Hathaway Arthur J., teamster, h. 9 Green 
Hathaway Paulina Mrs., bds. 52 Fine 
Hathorn W: H., groceries, confectionery, cigars, tobacco, 

etc, 23 S. Main, h. 60 Washington 
Haven C. M. Mrs., housekeeper at Hates House 
Haven Preseott R., teamster, h. 17 Park ave. 
Havey David, earpenter, h. 18 School 

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AETNA'S Contracts are Liberal. 



Hawkins Emma, shirtmaker, bds. 11 Noycs ave. 

Hawley Ira W., farmer, h. east of Mill village 

Hayes Alfred, turner, h. 50 State 

Hayes Frank, brakeman, h. 18 Green 

Hayes James, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Hayes Julia, shirtmaker, bds. 8 Convent ave. 

Hayes Mary, domestic, Center, cor. Court 

Hayes Mary, domestic, 40 N. Main 

Hayes Mary, dressmaker, 2 Merchants Row 

Hayes Maggie, dressmaker, 2 Merchants Row 
Hayes Nathan E., millmau, V. M. Co., road to Proctor, Cen- 
ter Rutland 
Hayles Ella Mrs., boarding house, 19 Evelyn 
II ay nes David N., on Herald staff, h. Lincoln ave., cor. Grant 

ave, 
Hayncs Einma L. Miss, bds. 28 West 
Haynes E. M. Mrs., bds. 18 Grove 

Hay nes Joseph H., piano agent, Estoy Organ Co., 25 Mer- 
chants Row 
Haynes Kate C, bds. 18 Grove 
Hayncs Marietta Mrs., bds. 25 Union 
Haynes Walter, ironer, bds. 28 West 

Haynes Wm. Sheldon, farmer, h. with Uarluy G. Sheldon 
Hay ward F. W., drug clerk, 21 Marble, West Rutland, bds. 

below lair ground, Rutland 
Hayward Ira, farmer, S. Main, below fair ground 
Hay ward Henry Mrs., h. Main, below fair ground 
Hayward Moses, farmer, h. head of Woodstock ave. 
Hayward Myron D., clerk, h. 25 Howe 
Hayward Samuel Mrs., h. 5 Maple 
Hayward Wallace R., h. 5 Maple 

Hayward William, chief cook, Bates House, b. 1 Maple 
Hayward Win. II., real estate, h. 5 Maple 
Hazel ton J. II. Mrs., h. 10 Gibson ave. 

Hazel ton James, carpenter, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Hazeltou Jason, carpenter, h. 18 Main, West Rutland 
Headle W. D., salesman, Combination Cash Store, b. 5. 

Cleveland ave. 
Healey Dennis J., machinist, h. 12 Baxter 
Hcaley James, qna rryman, h. Marble, opp. depot, W. Rutland 

WALL E&PBBS. l^r^^^f^^^ MOULD ~ 

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STATE MANAGER 



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Henley Jeremiah, h. 12 Baxter 

Heath Almon, h. 24 Ross, West Rutland 

Heath Alvin A., carpenter, h. 51 Pine 

Heath Ahira, watchman, li. 51 Pine 

Heath Elmer, plumber, h. 51 Fine 

Heath Hannah, widow James A., li. 25^ Merchants Row 

Heatli John, h. 39 Marble, West Rutland 

Heath John, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

Heatli S. M., salesman, h. 25£ Merchants Row 

Heath Vernon, teamster, h. 12 Willow 

Heavey Joseph P., carpenter, h. 01 Forest 

Hebert Euclide.. clerk, li. 3 Cherry 

Hoidof Joseph, traveling agent, bds. 20 Church 

Henchy James, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Henck'ler Otto, tailor for B, F. Pollard 

Hendee Eva Miss, teacher, bds. Bt;tes House 

Henderson Benjamin, h. 32 South 

Henncssy James, laborer, bds. 12 Evelyn 

Heunessy Maggie, shirtuiaker, bds. 4 State 

Henncssy Patrick, laborer, li. 79 S. Main 

Hcnrichon Alfred, pressman with the Tuttle Co., bds. 32 South 

lienrichon Benjamin, laborer, h. 32 South 

llenrichon Benjamin, Jr., carpenter, h. 37 South 

Henry Bridget, domestic, <J West 

Henry John, laborer, bds. 15 Cherry 

Henry Norman F., engineer, h. 49 Pine 

Henry Sylvester, shoemaker, 3 Pine, h. 49 Pine 

Henry, Daniel, laborer, h. 15 Cherry 

Herald & Globe Association, publishers Daily and 

Weekly Herald, Merchants Row (see adv.) 
Herbert Michael, barn man, h. Ira road, West Rutland 
Hercht Clrns., h. 114 West 
Herman Louis, manager for Tim, Wallers tein & Co., bds. 

Bates House 
Herrick H. H., printer, Telegram, h. 14 Forest 
Hcrty John, quarry man, h. Marble street, West Rutland 
Hesseltou Albert J., h. 6 Royee 
Hewett Frank M., bookkeeper at Bardillo Marble Co., bds. 

88 Center 
Hewett John M., bookkeeper, h. 1 Chnrch 



Calligraphic, Stylographic 

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THE ..ETNA LIFE Does the Largest New Business of any 
New England Comp any. 

Hewett Charles, meat anii vegetable market, Madison, 
cor. Strongs ave., bds. Brock House (see adv.) 

Hewitt David D., salesman, Sheldon's, h. 53 Main, W. Rut-hind 

Hewitt E. L., clerk, Madison, cor. Strongs ave. 

Uewitt Henry, saw Better, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Hewitt Herman, meat market, bds. Brock House 

Hewitt James, milhnan, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Hewitt John, filler, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Hewitt J. O., blacksmith, h. 20 Plain 

Hewitt Luther D., blacksmith, bds 15 Elm 

Hewitt Nathan, laborer, h. 10 Chestnut ave. 

Hexamcr William, cigar maker, bds. Berwick House 

I ley man Henry, clerk, R. Heyman, h. 16 Pleasant 

Heyman Isaac, manager, R. Heyman, h. 10 Pleasant 

Heyman R., clothier, 25 Center, h. 1(5 Pleasant 

Heyman Jake, clerk, h. 38 Elm 

Uibbiiis Henry H., marble carver, h. 28 Baxter 

Hiekey John, bds. 72 Strongs ave. 

Hickey William J , h. 72 Strongs avc. 

Jlickcy Frank, h. 15 Harrison ave. 

Higbee W. E., foreman tin shop, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Biggins Albert W., (Higgins & Hyde), and manager of Opera 
House, h. 13 Cottage 

Higgins Bernard, with Moseley & Stoddard, h. 106 West 

Higgins Frances Miss, h. 6S South 

Higgins & Hyde, wholesale and retail druggists, 21 Mer- 
Row 

Higgins Joseph, bds. 15 Harrison ave. 

Higgins Kate Mrs., h. 2 Traverse place 

Higgins Maggie Miss, pastry cook, Bates House 

Higgins Nellie J., teacher, bds 2 Traverse place 

Higgins Patrick, h. 4 Harrison ave. 

Higgins Thomas S., at Sheldon's, h. 96 Marble, W. Rutland 

Higgins Thos., laborer, h. 35 Brown 

Higgins Thos., laborer, h. 15 Harrison ave. 

Higgins Thomas E., button hole maker, bds. 15 Harrison ave. 

Higgins William, laborer, li. 35 Brown 

Higgins William, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Hill Andrew, laborer, V. M. Co., Proetor 

Hill Edward, polisher, bds. West st., Center Rutland 

F s ig| s E !^{ P B V A P aI B WRAPPING PAPER AND TWINE, ai wholesale, 



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a: f. north," MEM IS. CO., »E™- 

STATE MANAGER, - . — _ — . . — . — ■ 

HUl Flora », *«-«& iSX wSt Rathmd 

8! S:;*T,ue Blue « Co. 
Hill Orlando L, engineer h 30 F am 
Hill Oscar E., commercial ^^J^ mm 
1 1 i 1 1 W i 11 i am , stone cut tor, b. 1 5<J W est 

gS S! A-', te™, **£?%5£Z& lL iS West 

Hlll 3Ej 2SS fe SoVckants Row, h. 5. Grove 
Billiard Daniel A., laborer, h. * Tamil 
llilliard Geo. W., b. M Cottle 

Rimes Am eeale maker, h. 13 Chestnut 

Chestnut ave. 
Hinchey Alice Mrs bds - 3 « 1 1 «" r , ilway h 13 Park 
llineliey James, machinist, 1« railway, u. 
U ckley Aaron, laborer, M*f"*$* 
H nche/jolm, machinist bd, 13 ^f 
Hinckley Aaron Jr., mechanic, h. 40 G.angci 
Hinckley Edgar, bds. 9 Green 
Hinckley George, teamster b 9 Green 
-Hinckley Horace, mechanic Howe B 16 Allen 
Hinckley Mary A. Mrs., b. 14 loresfc 

Hinckley Sarah, bds 14 Forest 
Hinckley William, ^^>£ ^S 

Hinckley William, «~^2S^ltS, h. Barnes *, West 
llincs Martin, quarry man, Sheldon m. ve-j 

bJE«£<* qoarryman, V. M. Co., ft. tenement 1, West 

ni„e?W, n marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Ilirschfeld S, tailor b. 49 Pine 
HiscoekDewittO, bds. H West 



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39 years of Successful Experience. 

Hitchcock Albert, carpenter, fa, 20 North 
Hitchcock Mary Miss, teacher, bds. 19 S. Main 
Hitchcock M. A., janitor, Rutland Savings Hank block 
Iloadley J. R, secretary N. E. Fire Ins Co., office Clement 

bnilding, h. \\ Prospect 
Iloadley Leonard J., baker, Main street, West Rutland 
Hoag Clias. S., (Hoag & Clauson), fa. 17 Madison 
Hoag & Clauson, boots & shoes, 19 Center (sec adv.) 
Hoag Homer L. (Gary & Hoag), h. 17 Madison 
Iloetor Tim, cutter, b. 14 Meadow 
Hector Mary A. Miss, h. St. Peter's parsonage 
Hoctor R. T., stone cutter, bds. West street, Center Rutland 
Hodges A. D. Mrs., h. 31) Center 
Hogan Anthony, clerk, Bardy & Babbitt, h. OS Forest 
Hogan Anthony, laborer, h. 12 Evelyn 
Hogan Andrew Mrs., h. 68 Forest 
Hogan B. T. Miss, clerk, F. C. Houghton's, h. OS Forest 
Hogan Bridget, waitress at Bard well House 
Hogan Charlotte, dressmaker, 12 Evelyn 

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— DEALERS IN 



PH, 



Boots, SfioesyRultas, 



19 Center Street 



RUTLAND, YT. 

COOD GOODS. 

HONEST PRICES. 

Custom Work and Fine 
Repairing a Specialty. 



Sole Agents for the Celebrated W. L. DOUGLAS 
SHOE and other Good Lines. 




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STATE MANAGEB, 

Hot- an Lizzie, dressmaker, 12 Evelyn 

HogSHl James, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Hogan James, polisher, held .12 Evelyn 

Hofan James F., with Rochester Clothing Co , fa- Williams, 

fidgm JftfflS M., polisher, V. M. Co., Center Rutland " 

Hogan Katie, domestic, 8 Park ave 

HogMi Lizzie A., shirtmaker, bds. 68 Forest 

Hoean Mary, h. 12 Evelyn 

Hogan Malaehi, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

llogan Michael, employed V. M. Co Center Rutland 

Hoean Stephen 0., marble polisher, bds. 68 Forest 

Holbrook Ernest F., clerk, V. M. Co., Froctor 

Holcomb Frank Mrs., h. 41 Forest 

Uolcomb G. E., clerk, fa. 29 North, lector 

Holcomb Silas T., engineer, C. V. 11. K, b. 

Holdcn Chas., foreman, V. M. Co., 1 roetor 

Holden J. S., farmer, h. 15 Strongs ave. 

Holder) Reuben C, farmer, h. 109 N. Mam 

Holden John A., painter, bds. 109 N. Mam 

Holland Albert, conductor, fa. 39 Brown 

Holland Bridget, domestic, 13 Cottage 

Holland Hiram S., conductor, h. 37 S. Mam 

Hollcran Michael, tinsmith, rooms 22 Royee 

Hollietcr J. B., marble dealer, bds. 19 S. Main 

Holmberg A. G., sawyer, Y- M. Co., creek road, I roetor 

Holmes John I., boiler maker, fa. 27 Grove 

Holmes John L., clerk, h. 26 Baxter 

Holmes Joseph H., (Rutland Boiler Works), h. 2( Grove 

Holt Daniel H., painter, fa. 25 Clarendon ave., W. Rutland 

Holt L. P., bookkeeper, fa. 6 Ross, West Rutland 

Hope George, machinist, h. 29 Gibson ave. 

Hope William O., ironer, bds. 26 Jackson ave. 

Hopkins Annie E. Mrs., h. 33 N. Main 

Hopkins E. R., salesman, Barely & Babbitt, fa. 2*) 1-1 m 

Hopkins F. M. Mrs., clerk, bds., 30 Grove 

Hopkins Mary A. Mrs., fa- SI River 

Horan Lizzie, li. 84 Forest 

Horan Kate, fa. 84 Forest 

Horan Nellie, h. S4 Forest 






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The jltna Life is Noted for its Stability. 

Horan Thomas, conductor, fa. 4 Convent ave. 

Horner E. W., road master, fa. 8 Prospect , 

Hornidgc James, fa. Clarendon ave., West Rutland 

Ilorton E. II., clerk, Combination Store, bds. Globe Hotel 

Horton W. H., clerk at Berwick House 

Ilorton Wm. P., baggagemaster in Union depot, fa. 25 Union 

Hosford W. C, photographer, 2 Chapel, bds. Barnes 

House, West Rutland 
Hostler John, mechanic, fa. 66 Forest 
Houghton A. R., painter, h. Mill village 
Houghton Frank C, dealer in fancy and staple dry goods, 

19 Merchants Row, fa. 35 S. Main (see adv.) 
Ilongfaton L. S., h. 814 S. Main 
Houlihan Patrick, h. West st., Center Rutland 
Houlihan P. C, foreman, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Houston Byron K., carpenter, h. 9 Chestnut ave. 
Howard A. R. Mrs., h. 36 Grove 
Howard Chas., laborer, fa. 1 S. Main 
Howard Ellen Mrs., fa. 18 Willow 
Howard II. H., printer, Herald office 
Howard John, laborer, h. 56 Wales 
Howard John, farmer, head of Green, near town line 
Howard John II., cooper, bds. Central House 
Howard Jndson N., painter, fa. 3 Court 
Howard Martha, widow A. R., prop, railroad restaurant in 

depot, fa. 36 Grove 
Howard Mary A. Mrs., fa. 2 Main street, West Rutland 
Howard Natlian G., painter, h. 20 El in 

THE CASH AND ONE PRICE STORE. 



Staple * and « Fancy + ©ry * Sggc!s ; 



HOSIERY, CORSETS, GLOVES, ETC., 
Cloaks, Shawls and. Blanlcets. 

Agent for McCall's Glove Fitting Patterns and P. D. Corset. 

PRANK C. HOUGHTON, Prop'r, 
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STATE MANAGER, 



fflMLIKINS.Cfl,«5Eli 



Howard Patrick, laborer, h. Allen above R- R. crossing 
Howard Samuel A., supt., V. M. Co., bds. Bardwcll House 
Howard Tlios., qunrryinan, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rntland 
Howard W., quarry man, S be Id on Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Howe Oh as. L. (Howe &. Coolidge), b. 29 Grove 
Howe & Coolidge, attorneys and counselors at law, office 

Clement building 
Howe II. H., confectioner, bds, 63 Wales 
Howe H. S., confectionery, mauuf. 21 Center, h. 63 Wales 
Howe Joel, Castleton road, West Rutland 
Howe Porter Mrs., Castleton road, West Rutland 
Howe Scale Co., located at junction of Rutland and Oen- 

ington i& Rutland railroads, (see adv. on outside front 

cover) 
Howley Bridget, laundress, bds. 81 River 
Howley Tbos., Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Howley John, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Howley John, truckman, h. 9 Franklin, cor. Cherry 
Howley Nicholas, laborer, h, 32 Strongs ave. 
Howley Nicholas, Jr., machinist, h. 32 Strongs ave. 
Howley Thos. H,, clerk, bds. 32 Strongs ave. 
Howley Timothy, machinist, h. 14 West 
Hoy Cornelius, laborer, h. 31 Granger 
Hoy Lizzie Mrs., h. 31 Granger 
lloyt Timothy S., blacksmith, h. 35 Howe 
Hubbard Anson E., mechanic, h. 67 Wales 
Hubbard Austin J., jeweler, 27 Merch's Row, Ii. 26 Park ave. 
Hubbard Florence M., bds. 26 Park ave. 
Hubbard Levi F., jeweler, 27 Merchants Row, li. 26 Park ave. 
Hubbard Mary Mrs., b. Pleasant street, West Rutland 
Hubbard M. j. Mrs., b. 28 Howe 

Hubbard Patrick, blacksmith, Valido M. Co., West Rutland 
Hubbard Pat., blacksmith, h. Pleasant st., West Rutland 



Hubbard R. E., city express, freighting and trucking, 

pianos and furniture moved with care, h. 19 N. Main 
Hubbard Sarah Mrs., b. 54 N. Main 
Hubbard Susie, shirtmaker, bds. 28 Howe 
Hubbard Addie, shirtmaker, bds. 28 Howe 
Hnbbs Wm. D., shirtmaker, bds. 8 Merchants Row 
Huffmirc Fred., painter, bds. 72 Granger 

Q A TTTflWTTTJV Ever y tllill 6 needed by Merchants. Hankers 

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There is nothing of value in Life Insurance which the 
^!TNA does not give. 

Huffmire John A., machinist, h. 72 Granger 

Hughes Bernard, employed V. M. Co., C. Rutland, Ii. 179 West 

Hughes B. M., scale maker, bds. Brock House 

Hughes Ellis, brakeman, C. V. R. R., bds. 35 Wales 

Hughes Hugh, watchman, Bardillo Co., b. 179 West 

flinoks James, filler, Y, M. Co., Proctor 

Hincks John, filler, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Hulett W. D., proprietor Combination Cash Store, 47 
Merchants Row and clothing store, Herald building, 49 
Merchants Row {see adv.) 

Hulihan Bros., marble and granite works, West st., Center 
Rutland (see adv.) 

Hulihan John (Hulihan Bros.), h. West st., Center Rutland 

Hulihan Patrick C. (Hulihan Bros.), h. West st., C. Rutland 

Hulihan Patrick, watchman, C. V. R. R., bds. West et., Cen- 
ter Rutland 

Hull H. T., bookkeeper, bds. Central House 

Humphrey James, laborer, h. 73 Forest 

Humphrey James, Jr., cigar store, 17 Wales, h. 40 

Church 
Humphrey Julia P., librarian Rutland Free Library, Memo- 
rial Hall, West st., h. 22 N. Main 
Humphrey Laura E. Mrs., widow, h. 57 West, Praetor 
Humphrey M. L., nurse, 52 N. Main 
Humphrey Rawson Mrs., h. creek road, Proctor 
Humphrey Win., marble polisher, h. 6 Travcrs place 
Humphries William A., engineer, h. 25 Baxter 
Hunt Charles H., h. Thrall ave., West Rutland 
Huut John P., marble carver, h. 53 Main, West Rutland 
Hunt Lucius F., engineer, h. 46 Center 
Hunter Fremont, janitor school house, Proctor 
Hunter S., millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Hunter Peter, freight clerk, h. 7 Howe 
Hnnter Scott, h. 24 Main, West Rutland 
Huutoon Levi N., farmer, h. 87 Center 
Hnrlburt F. H., clerk, Y. M. Co.'s store, Procter 
Hurley B. A., telephone operator, bds. 36 Maple 
Hurley John, Jr., tinsmith, h. 118 West 
Hurley John Mrs., h. 113 West 
Hurley Michael, marble worker, bds. 113 West 

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g^north, ITM LIFE INS CO 2Ci nekchahtskow. 

STATE MANAGES , /MM-* UL£a L ""> UU '» TEI.KPIIOS K. 

Hurley Timothy, engineer, h. 86 Maple 
Husbunf Carl, quarry man, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Hnssey Matthew, chief of poliee, li. 115 Forest 
Hutchinson Albert P., carpenter and builder, h. 45 Elm 
Hutchinson Parley D., marble worker, h. 30 Brown 
Hutchinson John, carpenter, b. 5 Chestnut ave. 
Hutchinson J . & A. F., carpenters, 25£ Blereliaats Row 
Hyde Alonzo, piitster, h. 5 Lafayette 

Hyde A. W., proprietor of Uyde Manor, Sudbury, Vt., resi- 
dence 34 Grove 
Hyde Chas. H. (Uiggins, & Uyde), bds. 13 Cottage 
Hyland George, scale maker, b. 44 East 
Hy lies John R., real estate agent, h. G4 Wales 
llyuea Maggie J. Miss, b. C4 Wales 
Uynes Patrick, quarryman, V. M. Co., b. Whipple Hollow 

road, West. Rutland 
Hynes Riehard, carriage doaler, b. 64 Wales 



Iiiij;lee Mary Mrs., dressmaker, h. 22 Elm 

Ingram James, brakemau, C. V. R. R-, bds. 17 Franklin 

Irwin Michael, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Ishani Allie, shirtmaker, bds. 4G Fine 

Iversoti L, polisher, V. M. Co., Procter 

Ivcrson Martin, polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 



Jackson Alden, laborer, h. 52 Fine 

Jackson Daisy, domestic, 3 Church 

Jackson Frank M., laborer, h. 13 Mineral 

Jackson Geo. W., h. 42 Clarendon avc., West Rutland 

Jackson Ceo., farmer, h. Chittenden road 

Jackson Heman, farmer, b. 30 Baxter 

Jackson J., stone cntter, bds 20 Church 

Jackson Jane E. Mrs., b. 67 £ Center 

Jackson Laura, shirtmaker, bds. 30 Baxter 

Jackson Mattic L. E. Miss, dressmaker, h. 67£ Center 



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It is Noted for its Careful Management. 

Jackson Minnie J. II. Miss, h. 67^ Center 

Jackson Nellie, domestic, 11 Church 

Jackson William L., laborer, h. 104 River 

Jacobs Elmer B., mechanic, h. 24 Royce 

Jacobs Fred, polisher, True Bine Marble Co. 

Jacobs M. P. Mrs., h. 59 East 

Jaeobson Martin, machinist, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Jasmin Maximo, peddler, h. 82 Woodstock ave. 

Jasmin Timothy, h. 84 Woodstock ave. 

slavery Epbraim, h. creek road, Center Rutland 

Javery Ezra, laborer, h. West, near Center Rutland 

Slavery Henry, lathe polisher, V. M. Co., h. Center Rutland 

Javery Peter, creek road, Center Rutland 

Jenks E. C, dentist with A. Kilburn, bds. 33 West 

Jenks Jennie, asst. cook, Globe Hotel 

Jeuness Ellen Mrs., h. 38 Washington 

Jeimess G. E. Miss, music teacher, 38 Washington 

Jeimess Samuel, plumber, bds. 42 Center 

Jennings Milan, bridge builder, h. 28 Franklin 

Jenny Mr., canvasser, h. road to Mendon 

Jerry A. O., teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Jerry Benjamin V,, driver, bds. 94 S. Main 

John Minnie, 24 State 

Johns G. Blair, clerk, Rutland Bazaar, 51 Merchants Row, 

bds. 18 Chestnut avc. 
Johnson A., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Johnson Andrew 1st, sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Johnson A. B., h. 10 Ross, West Rutland 
Johnson Andrew G., tiller, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Johnson Charles, supt. of Rutland Foundry & Machine 

Shop Co., h. 21 Howe 
Johnson Chas., 4th, polisher, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Johnson O. L., h. 8 Ross, West Rutland 
Johnson C. ()., polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Johnson C. W., carpenter, h. 7 Willow 
John eon C. U., porter, Y. M. Co.'s store, Proctor 
Johnson Carl Y, quarryman, tenement 67, West Rutland 
Johnson C. A., sealer, H. S. Co., h. 10 Prospect 
Johnson C. A. Mrs., h. 38 Washington 
Johnson Charles, h. 59 Marble, West Rutland 



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STATE MANAGER, JU-Wm UU -U JJ.1U. UU., TELEPHONE. 

Johnson Claus, sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Johnson C. A., sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Johnson Chas., mill man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutlan 1 

Johnson David, laborer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Johnson Edward, laborer, h. 123 West 

Johnson Emil, quarryman, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Johnson Eric J., laborer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Johnson Frank N., 8 Ross, West Rutland 

Johnson Gustavo, sawyer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Johnson G., qnarryman, Columbian Marble Co., Proctor 

Johnson George, soap maker, h. 1 State 

Johnson Gustave, quarryman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Join i son Henry, mechanic, h. 13 Woodstock ave. 

Johnson H. J., laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Johnson John, filler, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Johnson J. C. Dr., farmer and fancy stock breeder, h. 
west creek road, Proctor 

Johnson J. G., quarryman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Johnson John, laborer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Johnson Joseph E., marble polisher, bds. 145 West 

Johnson L. S., fireman, h. 10 Summer 

Jolinson Lucy Y. Miss, h. 25^ Merchants Row 

Johnson Martin, quarryman, Y. M. Co., h. tenement 10, West 
Rutland 

Johnson Melvin F., teamster for E. Ed son, b. 70 Green 

Johnson Melvin a, shirt maker, bds. 11 Noyes 

Johnfon M. J. Miss, tailoress, L. Sehwarz, h. 24 Woodstock avc. 

Johnson IS ahum, farmer, h. west creek road to Proctor 

Jolinson Olof, quarryman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Johnson Peter, qnarryman, Y. M. Co., tenement 27, West 
Rutland 

Johnson Peter, 2d, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 

Jolinson Rollin W., wood deliverer, h. 70 Green 

Johnson Sidney E., express messenger, h. 6 Maple 

Johnson Yictor, laborer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Johnson William, hairdresser, h. 18 Plain 

Johnson W. D., dealer in all kinds of dry stove wood, jig- 
ger wood, and spruce slabs. Orders left at C. G. Tow™ 
seud's, 44 Center st, or at residence, 70 Green. Deliv- 
ered to all parts of the village at short notice 

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Jolmson W. E., clerk, Proctor 

Johnson William, h. Royee street 

Johnson Wm. H„ farmer, and treas. Yalido Marble Co., 

h. on east creek road to Proctor, Center Rutland 
Johnson William R., machinist, h. 1 Crescent 
Johnston Isaac, in lot. west of Scale Works 
Johnston James, truckman, h. 24 Woodstock avc. 
Johnston Jennie, clerk, bds. 24 Woodstock avc. 
Johnston John, laborer, bds. 86 Granger. 
Jones Amelia Mrs., h. Pleasant st., West Rutland 
Jones Ben F., moulder, h. 7 Gibson avc. 
Jones Fred., machinist, bds. 55 East 
Jones J. C, law student and grand juror, office with Geo, 

E. Lawrence, bds. Grant, cor. Lincoln avc. 
Jones Wm, L, clerk, F. C. Houghton, h. 9 Lincoln avc. 
Jones Wm. P., tinsmith, bds. 7 Grant ave. 
Jordan E. C, cutter, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Joy Austin, millman, Sheldon's, h. 58 Marble, West Rutland 
Joy Harley, tinsmith, 12 Ross, West Rutland 
Joy Richard, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Joyce C. H., attorney and counsellor at law, office Clement 

building, bds. Pardwell House 
Joyce O. P. F., clerk, Y. M. Co. 
Joyce John, sawyer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Joyce Patrick, machinist, V, M. Co., Proctor 
Judge Bryan, post office address, Rutland 
Judge James, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Judge John, qnarryman, Y. M. Co., tenement 58, W. Rutland 
June F., clerk, bds. 19 S. Main 
Jnngqucst, Carl, quarryman.. Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 

I IEC 

Kammcr Chas. F., pattern maker, h. 69 Wales 

Kanaly Patrick, employed Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Kane Edward S., mechanic, bds. 10 Prospect 

Kane John, machinist, bds. 10 Prospect 

Kane Rosa Miss, tailoress, L. Sehwarz, h. 6 Church 

Kathan C. C, h. 44 Pine 

Kearney, Mary M. F., domestic, 12 West 

INK T INK T -Mercantile and School Writing and Copying, all 

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KELLOGG BROTHERS, 



GENERAL INSURANCE. 



FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDEKTT, 
STEAM BOILER, PLATE GLASS, GUARANTEE 




INVESTMENTS. 

WESTERN FARM MORTGAGES, 

MUNICIPAL BONDS, 

CORPORATION BONDS. 

Special attention given to placing Securities of Private Cor- 
porations. 

^ZEA-Xj IE S T A. T IE . 

We arc prepared to negotiate sales for all kinds of 

CITY, VILLAGE, OR FARM- PROPERTY. 

Office, Rooms 3 & 4 Savings Bank Block. 
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Insure in THE ^ETNA LIFE! 






Kearns Michael, stone cutter, h. 7 Smith, West Rutland 

Keofc Katie, Miss, laundress, bds. 1 Strongs ave. 

Keefe Mary, domestic, 12 Pleasant 

Kcelcr Frank T., printer, Word en's, li. 97 West 

Kelty Patrick, quarry man, V. M. Co., h. tenement 2, West 

Rutland 
Keefe Alexander, laborer, h. 13 Franklin 
Keefe, Geo. N., carver, Y, M. Co., bds. West street, Center 

Rutland 
Keeley Katie, domestic, 19 Grove 
Kecly Thomas, boiler maker, bds. 3 Strongs ave. 
Keenan Anna Miss, clerk, h. 107 River 
Keenan John, laborer, b. 162 Forest 
Keenan John A., machinist, h. 5 Cherry 
Keenan John C, physician and surgeon, office 12 Evelyn, 

h. 107 River. Office hours 9 to 10 a. m., 2 to 3 and 7 to 

9 P. M. 
Keenan Mamie, shirt maker, bds. 41 Forest 
Keenan Michael, yardman, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Keilcy Eugene, conductor, C. Y. R. R., h. 44 Franklin 
Kellcher, Dennis, on R. R., cor. Plain street 
Kelleway Fred W., h. Woodward vi lie, West Rutland 
Kellogg Bros., ffi'C, life and accident insurance and real 

estate agents, office 3 and 4 Savings Bank building (see 

adv.) 
Kellogg E. Anna, bds. 28 Park ave. 

Kellogg Ellsworth, laborer, h. Clarendon road, West Rutland 
Kellogg H. R., meat, vegetables, oysters, etc., basement 

Farmers Hotel, h. 30 Maple (see adv.) 
Kellogg J. N. (Kellogg Bros.), residence St. Albans 
Kellogg Newton, treasurer Rutland Savings Bank, h. 20 

Court 
Kellogg Joseph, fanner, h. Cheney hill 
Kellogg N. Maud Miss, b. 28 Park ave. 
Kellogg P. H., manager of loan department with Kellogg 

Bros., h. 28 Park ave. 
Kellogg Samuel H-, (Kellogg Bros.), h. 20 Court 
Kellogg Smith, farmer, h. Clarendon road 
Kelly Anna A., teacher, bds. 24 Maple 
Kelly Annie, shirtmaker, bds. 18 Meadow 

HTM'C Q't* A iir/urTiT)T7 In all Latest and Fashionable Designs and Tints. 

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G.F. NORTH, ITM LIFE INS CO 2fiS HERCHASTS ROW. 

STATE MANAGER, -ill 111 II 1U1 JJ 11W. UU. } lELPJ-HOJU, 

Kelly Dennis, machinist, Whipple Hollow road, W. Rutl 

Kelly Dennis, bds. 35 Brown 

Kelly Dennis, laborer, fa. 25 Meadow 

Kelly Edward, O, employed in depot, h. 118 West 

Kelly Edward, cotter, V". M. Co., Center Rutland 

Kelly Edward J., polisher, bds. 24 Maple 

Kelly Elizabeth J., inspector shirt factory, bds. 12 Evelyn 

Kelly Frank, clerk, bds. 44 Forest 

Kelly Francis, laborer, li. 25 Meadow 

Kelly Frank, freight clerk, li. 18 Meadow 

Kelly Helen, clerk. Combination Store, bds. Clarendon ave. 
West Rutland 

Kelly Hugh, rear round house 

Kelly Hugh, coper at True Blue Marble Co. 

Kelly James, millman, Y. M. Co., h. Pleasant St., W. Rutland 

Kelly James, sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Kelly .lames A., polisher, bds. 24 Maple 

Kelly John, conductor, C. V. R. R., bds. 17 Franklin 

Kelly John, moulder, bds. 39 Wales 

Kolly John, teamster, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Kelley Julia A. Miss, teacher, h. 32 Washington 

Kelly Justin, teamster, bds. 12 Evelyn 

Kelly Kate, bds. 18 Meadow 

Kelly Kate Mrs., h. 6 Hopkins 

Kelly Luke, laborer, b. 18 Meadow 

Kelly M. O., (M. O. Kelly & Co.), fa. 87 State 

Kelly M. O. & Co., dealers in cheese factory and dairy sup- 
plies, sewing machines, pianos and organs, 81 to 89 State 

Kelly M.., qnarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Kelly Maggie M., clerk, Combination Store, bds. 118 West. 

Kelly Mary, bds. 24 Maple 

Kelly Mary, employed at Bard well House 

Kelly Mary Mrs., h. 44 Forest 

Kelly Mary, widow James, li. 19 Green 

Kelly Michael J., farmer, h. 24 Maple 

Kelly Michael J., bds. 18 Meadow 

Kelly Patrick, janitor at P. O., b. 77 East, cor. Green 

Kelly Patrick, laborer, h. 25 Meadow 

Kelly Patrick, laborer, h, 26 Gibson ave. 

Kelly P. J., employed at Bardwell House 




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BLANK BOOKS at very low prices. 
Rutland Directed tiSS^iM" n ad 13 Cente ' ^ 



Insure with GL F. North, in the iEtna Life. 

Kelly Thos., polisher, V. M, Co., Center Rutland 
Kelly Thos., Whipple Hollow road, West Rutland 
Kelly Thos. Jr., Whipple Hollow road, West Rutland 
Kelly Thos. E., qnarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Kelly T. Benton, mail route agent, h. 3 Prospect 
Kelly William, quarry man, Esperanza 

Kelly William F., boarding by the day or week, 12 Eve- 
lyn (see adv.) 
Kempton H., carpenter, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Kempton H. qnarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Kendall P. Redfield, attorney and counselor at Jaw, office, 

1 and 4 Putnam & Sawyer's block, Merchants Row, h. 

h. 53 N. Main, cor. Kendall ave. 
Kennedy E. D., meat market, Grove St., cor. West, h. cor. 

Wales, (see adv.) 
Kennedy John, employed at Columbian mill, h. 53 East 
Kennedy John, bds. 58 Marble, West Rutland 
Kennedy John, J., bookbinder at Fay's, bds. 53 East 
Kennedy Josie, bookbinder, bds. 53 East 
Kennedy Martin, polisher, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Kennedy Mary A., teacher, bds. 53 East 
Kennedy Maggie, shirtmaker, bds. 67 Forest 
Kennedy Pat, polisher, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Kennedy Michael, millman, V". M. Co., Center Rutland 
Kennedy Patrick, quarry man at Esperanza, West Rutland 
Kennedy Patrick, laborer at Valid o Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Kennedy Robert, teamster, bds. 35 Marble, West Rutland 
Kennedy Thos., printer, The Tut tie Co. 
Kennedy Thomas, quarryman, h. 67 Forest 
Kennedy William B., tailor, bds. 78 West 
Kenny James, quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., h. Pleasant st., 

West Rutland 
Kenny John, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., h. Pleasant st., 

West Rutland 
Kenny Michael, farmer, h. Pleasant st., West Rutland 
Kenny Minnie T., teacher, bds. Brock House 
Kenny Patrick, quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., fa. Pleasant st., 

West Rutland 
Kenny Patrick, farmer, Boardman bill, West Rutland 
Kenny Wm., marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Kenny W., qiuirryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Two Dollars 



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STATE MANAGES, 



MAIM INS. CO. 



zMMimsiw. 

TEUiPHOMS. 



Kent D. L. Mrs., bds. Bardwell House 

Kent Edgar W., millwright, h. 8 Harrison ave. 

Kent Mary E. Miss, Bard well House 

Kent Warren W., machinist, ereck road, Center Rutland 

Kenwortliy Bridget Mrs., b. 9 Meadow 

Ken worthy Hattie, shirtmaker, hds. 9 Meadow 

Ken worthy Julia, shirtmaker, bds. 9 Meadow 

Kenyan Rodin W., carpenter, h. 28 Maple 

Kenyon Royee M., carpenter, h. 28 Maple 

Kern Michael, plumber, h. 41 Granger 

Kerrigan James, marble polisher, h. 9 Meadow 

Kerrigan Kate Mrs., h. 8 Convent ave. 

Kerrigan Patrick:, rubbing bed at True Blue Marble Co. 

Kershaw Jennie A., cashier, The T uttle Co., bds. 17 Summer 

Kershaw Thomas, machinist, h. 17 Summer 

Kershaw Win, H., bookkeeper, Billings & Son, h. 20 Cottage 

Keveny Patrick, snpt. town farm, Clarendon rd., W. Rutland 

Keyes E. D. (E. D. Keyes & Co.), h. 47 Grove 

Keyes E. D. & Co., wholesale and retail dealers in gro- 
ceries, flour, etc.. Evelyn opp. depot 

Keyes E. E. (E. D. Keyes & Co.), bds. 47 Grove 

Keyes Gertrude, bds. 4 Woodstock ave. 

Keyes Julia A., widow, h, 4 Woodstock ave. 

Ke'ves Wallace, bds. 4 Woodstock ave. 

Kidder A. A., groceries, 17 Marble at, West Rutland 

Kilburn A., dentist, 6 Savings Bank block (see adv.) 
Kilburn Charlotte A. & Co., fashionable millinery, 17 

Center (sec adv.) 
Kilburn Charlotte A., (Charlotte A. & Co.), h. 21 S. Main 
Kilburn H. N , iroucr, bds. 6 Harrison ave. 
Kilburn J. B., dry goods, carpets, oil cloths, cloaks, and 

millinery goods, 17 Center, h. 21 S. Main (sec adv.) 
Kilfeather Edward, teamster, Castleton road, West Rutland 
Killela Patrick, qnarryman, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Killington National Bank, 53 Merchants Row 

Kimball Cora A., artist, h. 24 West 
Kimball Edward L., machinist, h. 9 Strongs ave. 
Kimball Joseph W., carpenter, h. 72 Forest 
Kimball L. W., machinist, h. 24 West 

Kimberly Curtis P., engineer, V. M. Co., h. Bhmehard ave., 
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The Largest Variety of Plans. 



Johnson, creek 
Proctor 



rd., Proctor 



IBttlfeNKDiB&fttt? 188&4 ftQOLow 



Prices. 

HE TUTTLE CO. 




Kin" Edward, employed by J. G. 

King Geo., machinist, V. M. Co., 

King John, laborer, h. 64 River 

King Nelson, blacksmith, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Kin'' N. L-, horseshocr and jobber, 85 West, bds. Farmer's 

Hotel 
Kin*'' Peter, moulder, Ii. 58 S. Main 
Kinsman Geo., laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Kingsley Bridget Mrs., h. 15 Green 
Kiugsley Carrie L., teacher, bds. 10 Elm 
Kin^sley Dennis, laborer, h. 15 Green 
Kiugsley Harry F., clerk, D. L. Morgan, bds. 25 N. Main 
Kingsley Harvey, h. 13 Cottage 
Kiugsley Harvey R., student, bds. G5 Fine 
Kingsley Henry Baxter, clerk for L. G. Kingsley, Ms. 05 Pine 
Kingsley Hugh J., machinist, bds. Globe Hotel 
Kingsley II. W., cntter, D. L. Morgan, h. 25 N. Main 
Kingsley Julia, waitress at Bard well Honse 
Kingsley Levi C, hardware, furniture, carpets, etc., IS 

Merchants Row, h. 05 Pine (see adv.) 
Kingsley Lillian D., clerk, S. E. Burnham, h. 23 West 
Kinsley Lawrence, machinist, h. 5 Jackson ave. 
Kingsley Luman, clerk, bds. 9 West 
Kingsley Minnie T., teacher, bds. 10 Elm 
Kingsley Moses P., painter and paper hanger, h. 23 West 
Kingsley N. P., Iowa real estate and dealer in Western 

securities, ottice Baxter Bank building, h. 48 G 
Kingsley Samuel T., insurance, h. 10 Elm 
Kinne A. K, physician, 16 Ross, West Rutland 
Kinney Aaron, teamster, h. 17 N. Main 
Kinney Burneld, teamster, h. 7 Green 
Kinney G. E., teamster, h. 50 East 
Kinney Henry, bds. 17 N. Main 
Kinney Luther C, h. 13 N. Main 
Kinney Mattie L., bds. 17 N. Main 
Kinselk Henry, janitor, h. West st., Center Rutland 
Kinsella Michael, sawyer, h. 185 West 
Kinsman Chas. C., clerk, C. E. Ross, h. 24 Grove 
Kinsman Chas. H., foreman, Ripley Mills, h. 10 State 
Kinsman E. Z., machinist, bds. 9 State 



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Use "Royal" Lead Pencils, 

Only 40 cents For Dozen. 

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STATE MANAGER, 



ITHALIFEIHS.CO,«!SffiF' 



Kinsman Frank I., bds. 2i Grove 
Kinsman H. Parker, farmer, b. north of Mill village 
Kinsman R. R., foreman, Chaffee & Son, h. S Chestnut ave. 
Kinsman William Mrs., h, 103 River 

Kinsman Walter R., proprietor of Grovo street Monu- 
mental Works, 5 Grove, h. S Chestnut ave. (see adv.) 
Kinsman Will H., elerk, bds. 10 Maple 
Kittredge Henry E., choice groceries, provisions, canned 

goods, confectionery, cigars, tobacco, etc., 38 Forest 
Kivclan Martin, h. 189 West 

Knapp Frank W., scaler, Howe scale works, h. 10 Madisori 
Knapp H. C, inspector sealing department, Ilowe Scale 

Co., h. 10 Madison 
Knapp M. II., moulder, h. 42 Franklin 
Knight F, E., clerk, fa. 98 Forest 

Knight Fred. W., elerk for Silas Knight, 1 Merchants Row 
Knight Silas, meat market, 4 Merchants Row, h. 9 Elm 

(see adv.) 
Knowlton & Amsden, cabinet and general repair shop, 

19$ Center 
Knowlton Clayton E., (Knowlton & Amsden), h. 5S Kendall 

ave. 
Knox E. M., machinist, h. 31 Forest 

K ohler C. G., engineer, Sheldon's, h. 11 Smith, W. Rutland 
Koliu August, quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Koltinski J. A., Jiairdrcssiiig, shampooing and bath rooms. 

Bard well House, h. 09 Wales (sec adv.) 
Kl'ailS Charles, ticket agent, Union depot, h. IS Summer 

{see adv.) 
Krans N. R., quarry man, V. M. Co., tenement 05, W. Rutland 
Kupferer Win., quarryman, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Knpfcrer Hinnian, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 
La Beau Moses, sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
La Bell Gregware, derrick man, Y. M. Co., tenement 37, West 

Rutland 
La Bell Philias, h. 21 Elm, West Rutland 
Labombarde Moses, h. Proctor St., West Rutland 
Labombarde Win., li. Proctor st., West Rutland 
Labombarde Win., clerk, Sheldon M. Co., bds. at M. Labotn- 

1 mrde's 

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A Plan for all Circumstances. 



Mill 



village 



d Mill villas 



beyond S4- 



Labroad George, hostler, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Lachancc Alfred, quarryman, V. M. Co., tenement 25, West 

Rutland 
Laconrsiere H., marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 
Lacoy Albert, filler, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Lacoy Napoleon, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Lacrosse Bowman, bds. 1 Howe 
Ladabouche Annie, bds. 105 S. Main 
Ladabonche Eddie, brakeman, h. 1 State 
Ladabonche Edmond, farmer, Proctor village 
Ladabouche Edmund C, h. twin bridges, above 
Ladabonche Josephine, bds. 10 Prospect 
Ladabonche Napoleon, h. twin bridges, north 
Ladd Alfred, farmer, bds. 20 Church 
Ladd Almond D. Mrs., h. 18 Washi ngton 
Ladd C. N., painter, h. 20 Church 
Ladne Peter, laborer, h. head of Woodstock ave 
La Duke Fred, moulder, h. 97 S. Main 
Lafay Edward, laborer, h. 1 Howe 
Lai ay Philip, ironer, bds. 1 Howe 

La Fountaine E. G., boxer at Esperanza, West Ruth.tul 
La France John, fireman, li. 43 Kendall ave. 
Lafrenier Frank, carpenter, h. Proctor, West Rutland 
Lafrenier Joseph, quarryman, Sheldon Mar. Co., W. Rutland 
Lajoieo Paul, blacksmith, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Lai or Charles, cook, Berwick House, h. 11 Green 
Lalor Edward, conductor, h. 11 Green 
Lalor P. W., brakeman, h. 11 Green 
Lalor Sylvester, clerk, Peter Harper, h. 11 Green 
Lalor Thos., chief cook at Berwick House 
Lamb Charles W., moulder, h. 31 Plain 
Laud i Edward, machinist, V. M. Co., h. 3fi Strongs ave. 
Lamb J. F., marble polisher, h. Center Rutland 
Lamb Mary Ann, printer at Telegram, h. Center Rutland 
Lamb Patrick, West street, Center Rutland 
Lamb Wm. E., carpenter, h. 1 East 

Lamondy Deo, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W, Rutland 
Lamondy Joseph, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Lamoreanx E., quarryman, Sheldon's, h. Water st., W. Rutland 
La Mountain John, laborer, h. 12 East 

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STATE MANAGER, 



imifflDB.C0,»ajiSSS5F 



Lainourie Peter, quarry man, V. M. Co., tenement 64, West 

Rutland 
Lamphere J. Wesley, painter, h. 10 Crescent 
Lanahan Mary, shirtmakcr, bds. 19 Meadow 
Lanahan Patrick, painter, li. 1!) Meadow 
Lanan Charles, marble worker, bds. 120 "West 
Lanan John, employed at depot, h. 157 West 
Lanan John E., machinist, h. 129 West 
Laneour Antoinc, laborer, h. Main street, West Rutland 
Landers N. B., sealer, Howe scale works, h. 8 Nichols 
Landon Albert (Vermont School Seat Co.), h. 13 West 
Landon Charles II., clerk, W, C. Landon, h. 10 Grove 
Landon Frank, gardener, h. S. Main, below fair ground 
Landon Grace, milliner, Kilburn & Co., ii. 13 West 
Landon Lizzie II., teacher, h. 13 West 
Landon Alice, teacher, Ii. 13 West 
Landon W. C, hardware, cntlcry, bnildcrs' supplies, etc., 

Freight, cor, Evelyn, h. 19 Grove 
Lane Carrie, stenographer, bds. 24 State 
Lane John j., carpenter, bds. 21 Howe 
Lane Richard, marble cutter, h. 25 State 
Lane W. D., florist, seedsman and nurseryman, 75 Church, 

h. 73 Church (sec adv.) 
Langlois Eugene, carpenter, h, 11 Mineral 
Langlois Francis Xavicr, laborer, h. Robbins, cor. Baxter 
L&nthier Antoinc, blacksmith, h. 17 Elm, West Rutland 
Lap an Joseph, shoemaker, h. 73 West 
Lap an Lawrence, h. Ill West 
Lapan Matilda Mrs., h. creek road, Center Rutland 
Laparl Henry, engineer, h. 28 Franklin 
Laparl Joseph, laborer, h. 37 Maple 
Lap i ere Joseph, el i air maker, h. GO Forest 
Lapiere William, chairmaker, h. 76 West 
Lapiere Zeph, mecljanic, h. 10 Mineral 
Laplant Chas., laborer, h. 9fi West 
Laporte Frank, laborer, h. 14 Mineral 

Laporte Fred, marble worker, Sheldon Mar. Co., W. Rutland 
Laporte John B;, livery stable, 4 Terrill, h. 10 Tcrrill 

(see adv.) 
Laporte John, qnarryman, True Blue Marble Co. 









PRIMT1MH of al ' kinds— the finest 
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f ou JGBd not SiTilgfiii in the JEtimLiie. 

Laporte Peter, millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Lardner George, laborer, h. 108 River 

Lareau Edmond. painter, h. 05 West 

Lareaii Edward Mrs., dressmaker, h. 05 West 

Lareau Jeremiah, carpenter, h. Elm, near Main, West. Rutland 

Lareau Joseph, machinist, h. 8!) West 

Lareau Joshua, blacksmith, h. 76 West 

Lareau Samuel, baker, T. J. Lyon's, h. 89 West. 

Larkin Maria, domestic, 48 N. Main 

Larrabee John W., carpenter, h. 1 Grant ave. 



Larson, Alma, domestic, 22 Orescent 



\ 



Larson Chas., qnarryman, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Larson Hilda, domestic, 50 Grove 
Larson J. L., quarry man, V". M. Co., Proctor 
Larson N. E., carpenter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Larson Otto, carpenter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Lasallc Harry, engineer, bds. 10 Williams 
Lassor Alfred V., laborer, h. 54 Forest 
Lassor Eli, painter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Lassor John, moulder, h. 24 Jackson avc. 
Lassor John 1L, helper, h, 10 Mineral 
Lassor Napoleon, moulder, Ii. 26 Jackson ave. 
Lassor Vital, laborer, h. 54 Forest 
Lassor Chas. M., laborer, h. 54 Forest 
Lassor Zob, machinist, h. 96 West 
Latauzi Ghio, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Latrimore Solomon Mrs., h. 9 Mineral 
Latrimorc Louis, bds. 9 Mineral 

Laventure Ceo. H., merchant tailor, Grove, cor. West, fa. 
7 Oak (see adv.) 



GEOBGE H 



XjA^ZErDTTTXIRIEL 





11 ;tml j:t Center St. 



Fine Sustom JPailoring 

A SPECIALTV. 

A Large Stock of Foreign and Domestic ("foods con- 
stantly on hand. 

Perfect Fits Guaranteed. 

Corner of Grove and West Streets, - RUTLAND, VT. 



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STATE MANAGES., 



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Lattanzi Cialdino, stone cutter, h. 38 Main, West Rutland 

Lannicre Alexander, shoemaker, li. 17 Elm 

Launiere Chas., shoemaker, Fred G. Tattle, h. 1^ Elm 

Lanniere George, hai ('dressing parlor, 81 Center, h. 12 Elm 

Lavalley Adolplins, (La valley & Latremore), h. 10 Noyes ave. 

Lavallec j£,, qnarryman, V- M. Co., Proctor 

Lavalley & Latrhnore, painters, rear 32 State 

Laventiire Albert, polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Lavigne Henry, marble worker, h. 41 State 

La vine Jobn, foreman, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Lavoi Uenry, teamster, h. near 82 Woodstock ave. 

Law John II., section man, B. & R. R. R., li. 29 Gibson ave. 

Lawrence Daniel, qnarryman, Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 

Lawrence Ceo. E., attorney and counselor at law, office 

Cramton building, 27 Merchants Row, h. 87 Washington 
Lawrence Ida, bookkeeper, bds. 10 Pine 
Leaby John, polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Leahy Joseph, quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Leahy X., qnarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Leamy James, station agent, h. 51 Main, West Rutland 
Learned Belle S., bookkeeper, Gary & Hoag, bds. 2 High 
Learned John K., farmer, h. 4 High 
Lease W. H., harness, 47 Center, h. 43 Elm 
Le Blanc Leon, h. 49 Baxter 
Lo Bfcuf Cyril, baker, h. 50 Washington 
Lc Clair Edgar J., painter, h. 21 Maple 
Le Clair Emily L., shirtniakcr, bds. 21 Maple 
Led worth T. H., h. 22 Cottage 

Lee Daniel, quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., 2 Smith, W. Rutland 
Leo Edward, quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Lee Henry B. Mrs., h. 17 Crescent 
Lee H. H., traveling salesman, bds. at Berwick 
Lee H. M., (Leo & Simmer), b. 41 Center 
Lee John, quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Lee John, h. on railroad, opposite Plain street 
Lee Patrick, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., 2 Smith, West 

Rutland 
Lee & Sumner, St. James dining hall, 41 Center (see adv.) 
Lee Thos., driver, bds. 2 Smith, West Rutland 
Lefaricre Louis, carpenter, h. 7 North 

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Lefebvre John, b. 1 Ripley's tenement, West Rutland 
Lefebvrc John, Jr., h. 1 Ripley's tenement, West Rutland 
Lefebvre T. G., lineman, h. 6 Travers place 
Lcffingwell W. C, bookkeeper, H. A*. Sawyer & Co., 21 £ 

Merchants Row 
Le Franc Louis, quarryman, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Lefrancis Jos., millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Lehr Frank, inciter, bds. 18 Granger 
Lehr Leo, melter, h. 18 Granger 
Lema Joseph, latlier, bds. Woodstock ave., beyond 84 
Lcmieux Peter, carriage maker, h. 48 Kendall ave. 
Lemora Roger, mason, h. Woodstock ave., beyond 84 
Lenihan D., marble worker, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Lenihan Dennis, h. West street, Center Rutland 
Leonard Daniel, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Leonard Don M., stenographer and type writer, Kcycs & Co., 

h. 7 State 
Leonard Fannie Mrs., milliner, 55 Marble, h. 1 Campbell, 

West Rutland 
Leonard George F., elerk, ticket office, bds. 117 River 
Leonard James, teamster, Sheldon's, h. Pleasant cor. Mill, 

West Rutland 
Leonard John H., musician, h. 7 State 
Leonard Joseph E., h. 38 Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Leonard J. E., marble worker, Y. M. Co,, Proctor 
Leonard Mary, dressmaker, West Rutland 
Leonard Rebecca, dressmaker, West Rutland 
Leonard Michael Mrs., h. 117 River 
Leonard Michael, h. 16 Cramton ave. 

Leonard Napoleon, confectioner, 27 Marble, West Rutland 
Leonard Rebecca, h. 53 Marble, West Rutland 
Leonard Sam' I, barber, 8 Marble, li. 1 Campbell ave., West 

Rutland 
Leonard Samuel, quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Leonard Stephen, quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Leonard Thomas, quarryman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Leonard Willard C, miller, h. 16 Maple 
Lepine Dennis, teamster, h. 136 Forest 
Lescoe Julia, shirt maker, bds. 24 Church 
Lescoe Sadie, shirfcmaker, bds. 4 Williams 



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Lescott Lyman, polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Leso Joseph, quarryman, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Lester Gilbert, fanner, h. Pittsford road, above Mill village 

Lester Henry, farmer, h. Pittsford road, above Mill village 

Levins AloriZO, house painting, kalsomitiing and paper 

hanging ; also carriage painting, 4 Terrill, h. 5 East 
Levins James Mrs., h. 14 Howe cor. Union 
Levins Nellie M., clerk, Francisco's, bds. 14 Howe, cor. Union 
Lavy Joseph, cigar maker, bds. 58 West 
Lewis Anna, housekeeper, 45 Forest 
Lewis A. J., widow Nathaniel, h. 46 Canter 
Lewis E. C, druggist and dealer in paints, oils, glass, etc., 

2 Merchants How, h. 8 Cottage 
Lewie J. B., bookkeeper, Onyx Works, h. 5 Prospect 
Lewis Joseph H., trav. agent, Onyx Works, h. 5 Prospect 
Lewis Solon, miller, bds. Main, Mill village 
Lewis Stephen, clerk, Bixby's, bds. 5 Prospect 
Lewis T, A. Miss, h. 59 East 
Lewis Wra. L., painter, P. O. address, Rutland 
Lewis Wm. F., asst. supt. Howe Scale Co., h. 20 Prospect 
L'Henrcux Flavien, blacksmith, h. 7 Elm 
L'Henrcux Rose, bookkeeper, bds. 7 Elm 
Llddell E. W., drug store, 19 Strongs ave., cor. Madison, 

h. 11 Strongs ave. 
Lillibeek P. M., "carpenter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
LilHc David, ironer, bds. 97 Grove 

Lillie W. Sco% marble turner, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Lillie Wm,, blacksmith, h. 97 Grove 
Lillie Walter H., blacksuiitli, li. 97 Grove 
Lillis Thomas, blacksmith, bds. 93 Forest 
Li m berg Axel, sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Lincoln Ohas., hostler at Parker's livery, 22 Center 
Lincoln F. F., lumber, h. Clarendon road, West Rutland 
Lincoln George, teamster, bds. 58 Marble 
Lincoln Iron Works, Wm. A. Patrick, supt., 103 West 

(see adv. 3d colored page) 
Lincoln James, h. Clarendon road, West Rutland 
Lincoln J- H., wood, coal, lumber, flour, feed, baled hay, 

etc., 49 West, h. 6 Park (see adv.) 
Linder Adolf, tracer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

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Linder Alfred, quarryman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Linder Carl, tracer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Lindquist A., polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Lindquist Chas., millman, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Lindquist C. G., coat maker, L. Schwarz, h. 3 Wales 

Lindquist Eric, grader, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Lindquist Eric, 2d, blacksmith, V. M, Co., Proctor 

Lique Joseph, laborer, h. 61 Meadow 

Lique Frank, teamster, h, 78 S. Main 

Lique Joseph, laborer, h. 61 Meadow 

Lique Michael, truckman, h. 56 Forest 

Lique Michael, Jr., laborer, h. 98 West 

Lique William, blacksmith, H. S. Co., h. 136 Forest 

Liqne Wm. E., scale maker, h. 87 East 

Lique Francis, trackman, h. 27 Woodstock ave. 

Liscomb William H. Mrs., h. 54 Main, West Rutland 

Litchfield Frank B., clerk, Dunn & Cramton, h. 13 Church 

Litchfield Fred G., starcher, h. 34 Pine 

Litchfield Helen A. Mrs., h. 13 Church 

Litchfield Ren a B., bds. 13 Church 

Little Anthony, laborer, h. 32 Maple 

Little J. E., candy maker, h. West st. 

Little-field, Andrew J., laborer, h. 19 West 

Littlefield Miranda Miss, hds. 19 West 

Livingston Chas., fireman, li. 42 East 

Livingston Mary, slurtmaker, hds. 26 Church 

Lloyd Hugh, painter, bds. 33 Union 

Lloyd John, mason, h. 19 Franklin 

Lloyd Patrick, cigar maker, h. 61 Meadow 

Lloyd Sarah E. Miss, hds. 23 Evelyn 

Locke Luvia Mrs., dressmaker, h. 89 East 

Loftus Anthony, hairdresser, hds. 13 Convent ave. 

Loftua Kate Mrs., h. 13 Convent ave. 

Logan Fred W., hairdresser, bds. 17 Wales 

Logan Geo. Elmer, laborer, bds. 43 Clarendon ave., West 

Rutland 
Logan Henry, h. Woodward ville, West Rutland 
Logan L. J., conductor, B. & R., h. 17 Wales 
Logan Samuel, section boss, B. & R. h. 51£ Merchants Row 
Londerville Minnie L., at town farm, Woodstock ave. 

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Londrigan John, h. Pleasant st., "West Rutland 
Londrigan Patrick, polisher, h. Pleasant st., West Rutland 
Loud rigan Timothy, employed V. M. Co., h. Castleton road, 

West Rutland 
Londrigan P. J., cutter, V. M.,Co., Center Rutland 
Long B. C.i so ^ e agent for Wilcox & White organs nnd 

5. GL Ghiekering pianos, 15 Merchants Row, h. 47 Elm 
Long Chloo Mrs., h. turnpike, cast of Mill village 
Long C. L., carriage and sleigh manufacturer, and carnage 

repository, 34 and 36 Wales, h. 15 West 
Lung Patrick, laborer, li. 29 Plain 

Long P. J. Rev., h. St. Peter's parsonage, Meadow street 
Longely Eva, shirt maker, bds. 22 State 
Lonicre O., cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Looney Christy 2d, foreman V. M. C;>.. tenement 74, West 

Rutland 
Looney James, iroucr, bds. 22 Church 
Looney Maggie, domestic, 63 Wales 
Looney Thomas, iroucr, bds. 22 Church 
Loop Ceo. T., hairdresser, 12 Center, h. Nichols 
Lord Anna B., h. 152 Church 
Lord Henry K., furniture, 4 Church, h. 13 Crescent (see 

adv.) 
Lord Jennie M., stenographer, Kellogg's, hds. 32 Church 
Lorette Adeline, h. 12 Terrill 
Lorctte Edward, carpenter, h. 13 Lincoln ave. 
Lorette F., quarry in an, Columbian Marble Co., Proctor 
Lorette Felix, ehairmaker, hds. 12 Terrill 
Lorette Frank, filler, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Lorctte Peter, engineer, b. 12 East 
Lorette Peter, quarry man at True Bine Marble Co. 
Loso Chas., marble turner, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Loso E. J., laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Loso Joseph, filler, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Loso Felix, filler, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Loveday John, laborer, h. 27 South 
Loved ay Win., laborer, h. 53 River 
Loveland Robt., farmer, Pittsford road, Proctor 
Loveland S. B., farmer, Pittsford road, Proctor 
Loveland Samuel, tinsmith, h. 40 State 

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Lovelett Edward, carpenter, h. 7 Terrill 

Lovelett Moses, silver plater, h. 7 Terrill 

Lovette John H., tracer, bds. 12 Evelyn 

Lowell D. R. Rev., pastor Methodist church, h. 68 West 

Loyzell Peter, machinist, h. 159 Forest 

Luddy Mary, domestic, 45 S. Main 

Lugare E., cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Luman Daniel, employed W. II. Jolinson, h. creek rd., Center 

Rutland 
Lung Sang, laundry, 61 Center 
Lyman Arthur, foreman, V. M. Co., h. 54 State 
Lyman A. E. Miss, hds. 45 Elm 
Lyman Chas. M., student, hds. 16 Chestnut ave. 
Lyman Daniel F. S. Mrs., h. N. Main, near the ice house 
Lyman E. G. Mrs., hds. 45 Elm. 

Lyman Milo, architect and builder, h. 16 Chestnut ave. 
Lyman Win. II., carpenter, h. 11 High 
Lynch Bernard, h. Clarendon ave, West Rutland 
Lynch Charles, brakemau, bds. 31 Meadow 
Lynch Delia, bds. 29 Meadow 
Lynch George, clerk, bds. 31 Meadow 
Lynch James C, stone cutter, h, 62 Woodstock ave. 
Lynch John, laborer, h. S. Main, below R. R. crossing 
Lynch John, laborer, h. off Allen, near railroad 
Lynch John P., pressman Telegram, h. 32 Strongs ave. 
Lynch John T., moulder, h. 66 Wales 

Lynch Maria, resides with Rev. Chas. O'Reilly, West Rutland 
Lynch Mary, domestic, 22 Cottage 
Lynch Michael, laborer, h. 31 Meadow 
Lynch N. E., clerk, Carpenter & Co., hds. 29 Meadow 
Lynch Patrick, millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West, Rutland 
Lynch Patrick, machinist, h. 29 Meadow 
Lynch Patrick J., clerk, Barnes House, West Rutland 
Lynch Peter* marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
Lynch Peter Mrs., h. Pleasant, West Rutland 
Lynch Thos., V. M. Co., tenement 90, West Rutland 
Lynch Thos., millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Lynch Thos., farmer, fa. Clark hill, West Rutland 
Lynch Thos. F., engineer, Mansfield & Stimson, h. 66 Wales 
Lyon Dennis, emp. Columbian Marble Co., h. 77 West, Proctor 



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Lyon Edward, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Lyon Tiros.) quarryman, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Lyon Kate, domestic, West at., Center Rutland 

Lyon Thos. J., proprietor Lyon's steam bakery, Center, 

cor. Wales, )i, 13 Prospect 
Lyon Hattie A., teacher, h. 13 Prospect 
Lyons Dennis, machine man, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Lyons Michael, moulder, h. 79 East 
Lyons Patrick, quarry man, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Lyston Edward, mechanic, h. 82 Forest 
Lyston Eleanor Miss, bds. 77 Forest 
Lyston Nancy T., domestic, 26 West 
Lyston James 0., laundry man, bds. 20 Strongs ave. 
Lyston James Mrs., h. 20 Strongs ave. 
Lyston J. H., polisher, Y. M. Co., Center Eutland 
"Lyston James M., marble tracer, bds. 31 Franklin 
Lyston John D., mechanic, h. 31 Franklin 
Lyston John T., clerk, P. 0., h. 82 Forest 

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Maccabee Henry E., machinist, C. Y. E. E., bds. Globe Hotel 

Mack Bessie, domestic, 4 Cottage 

Mack Dennis, bds. 1 5 Strongs ave. 

Mack Mary, domestic, 47 Grove 

Mack Thos. F., electrician, bds. Berwick House 

Mackerney A. M., millinery goods 

MacMillan Margaret E., bds. 21 Washington 

Madigan Catherine Mrs., h. Allen, near E. E. crossing 

Madigan P. F., trav. salesman, h. 18 Allen ■ 

Magan Ellen Mrs., h. 26 Main, West Eutland 

Maganson C. A., filler, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Magnon John, quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Entland 

Magnnson Annie, domestic, 3 Elm 

Maguire Bridget, domestic, 17 Cottage 

Magnire James, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., W. Eutland 

Mag wire Francis G. Mrs., h. over Keyes' store 

Magwire May M., dressmaker, over Keyes' store 

Magwire Emma A., dressmaker, over Keyes' store 

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Mali an Alice M. Miss, h. over Keyes' store 

Mahan Arthur J., barbel - , bds. over Keyes' store 

Maker John, laborer, h. 112 West 

Malier Katie, shirtmaker, bds. 13 Harrison ave. 

Mahcr Mamie, domestic, 9 Chestnut ave. 

Maher Patrick, marble trimmer, h. 13 Harrison ave. 

Maher Stephen, tinsmith, h. 108 West 

Mahoney Charles, messenger, Western Union, fa. off head of 

Allen 
Mahoney Daniel, laborer, h. off head of Allen 
Mahoney Dennis, engineer, h. 109 Forest 
Mahoney F., Sheldon Marble Co., West Entland 
Mahoney John, laborer, h. off head of Allen 
Mahoney John A., marble tools, h. 7 Meadow 
Mahoney Michael, fireman, h. off. head of Allen 
Mahoney Wm. F., marble cutters' tools manufactured and 

sharpened, 11 Wost, h. 7 Meadow 
Mailhiot Joseph, shoemaker, h. Washington, near East 
Mailhiot Chas., shoemaker, h. Washington, near East 
Major Joseph, cutter, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Malady James, millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Eutland 
Malady M., quarry in an, Sheldon Marble Co., West Eutland 
Malady Michael, quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Eutland 
Malady Thos., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Eutland 
Maloney B., quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Eutland 
Maloucy M., quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Eutland 
Maloney Bryan, quarryman, h. Marble, West Eutland 
Maloney M., millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Eutland 
Maloney M., marble worker, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Entland 
Maloney Maria, 65 Pine 

Maloney Martin, h. Pleasant St., West Entland 
Maloney Michael, sawyer, h. 43 Main, West Eutland 
Maloy Mary J., domestic, 26 N. Main 
Mangan Andrew, laborer, h. 36 Strongs ave. 
Mangan Brilget, domestic, 16 Nichols 
Mangan Ellen, bds. 43 Granger 
Mangan Eugene, marble worker, bds. 129 West 
Mangan Francis, laborer, h. 43 Granger 
Mangan Frank, car repairer, bds. 43' Granger 
Mangan James, fireman, bds. 43 Granger 

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Mangan John, laborer, h. 14 Allen 

Mangan Thos., laborer, h. 14 Allen 

Hang an Mary Miss, dressmaker, 42 Center, b. Cram ton avc. 

Mangan Mary Ann, bds. 43 Granger 

Mangan Michael, butcher, h. Hopkins cor. Strongs avc. 

Mangan M. J., ironer, bds. 43 Granger 

Mangan Owen, h. 129 West 

Mangan Patrick, b. 29 Maple 

Mangan Thos., clerk, M. Stearns, h. Hopkins cor. Strongs ave. 

Mangan Thomas, sawyer, h. 26 Crainton ave. 

Manley J. E., attorney and notary public, office Main st., 

and residence 24 Clarendon avc, West Rutland 
Manlev Lillian E. Miss, h. Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Man ley T. D. Mrs., h. 19 Grove 

Manley William W., plumber, Valiquctte's, h. 104 Grove 
Mann Chas. P., town clerk, b. 6 Elm 
Mann William, quarryman, h. 26 Ross, West Rutland 
Manney Isaac, clerk, b. West end of State 
Manney John, teamster, h 5 Fifth ave. 
Manning James, qnarryman, V. M. Co., tenement 33, West 

Rutland 
Manning N. L., engineer, 7 High, West Rutland 

Mansfield Ceo. R. Mrs., fc 18 Nichols 

Mansfield &. Stimson, proprietors Eagle foundry and 
machine works, Union, opp. R. R. car shop 

Manucci A., cutter, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Maranville Irving E., clerk, Cheney's, h. 10 Prospect 

Maranville J. R-, fine groceries and provisions, 69 Mer- 
chants Row, h. 104 Granger (see adv.) 

Maranville Walter, machinist, bds. 72 West 

Marble Grace Mrs., bds. 15 Pleasant 

Marble Savings Bank of Rutland, 24 Merchants Row. 

(see adv.) 
Marchand Fred, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Marcliand Peter, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Mark bam John, Jr., station agent at Proctor, h. North 
Markolf Henry J., foreman machinist, b. 39 Main, W. Rutland 
Marks Charles (Rutland Creamery), h. 57 West 
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Maroney John 1st, quarryman, V. M. Co., tenement 30, West 

Rutland 
Maroney John, loader at Esperanza, West Rutland 
Maroney Michael, saw maker, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Maroney Patrick, machine runner, V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Mars Maggie, domestic, 49 Elm 
Marshall Bros., diamonds, watche;, clocks, jewelry and 

silver plated ware, spectacles, guns, revolvers, cartridges, 

tine watch repairing a specialty, etc., 17 Merchants Row 

(see adv.) 
Marshall B. W., trcas. and business manager Evening 

Telegram, h. 18 Cottage 
Marshall C. S., cigarmaker, bds. 22 Royee 
Marshall John, painter, bds. 33 Union 
Marshall Joseph, engineer, V. M. Co., h. tenement 13, West 

Rutland 
Marshall Nathan S. (Marshall Pros.), h. 57 Grove 
Martell Charles E., student, bds. 67 Wales 
Martcll Joseph, 94 West 

Martell Georgie Miss, clerk, Gosselin & Poulin, h. 67 Wales 
Martell Louis, millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Martell Louis, painter, h. 67 Wales 
Martell Louis U., painter, bds. 67 Wales 
Martin Addic Miss, shirtniaker, bds. with O. J. Good no 
Martin George, mechanic, h. 35 Strongs ave. 
Martin John, laborer, h. 2 Elm. 
Martin L. A., h. 2 Nichols 
Martin Maggie, domestic, 22 Washington 
Martin Oliver, hostler, Parker's livery, 22 Center 
Martin Thos. F., printer, Herald, bds. 4 Jackson ave. 
Martin Wilbert F., carpenter, bds, 15 Elm 
Martineau Chas., millman, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Martineau Frank, millman, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Martineau Fred, teamster, V. M. Co., h. Center Rutland 
Martliug W. E., tinsmith, bds. 97 State 
Mascott D., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Mascott Mary, domestic, 45 N. Main 
Mason C. C., prop. Globe Hotel, 32 West (see adv.) 
Mason Cynthia S. Mrs., h. 31 Washington 
Mason Chas. J., machinist, h. 175 Forest, cor. Plain 

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Mason Chas. L., painter, h. 30 Park ave. 
Mason E. C, Special agent Equitable Life Assurance Soci- 
ety and Standard Life and Accident Ins, Co., Detroit, 
Mich, office Putnam & Sawyer's block, li. 5 Chestnut ave. 
Mason George, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Mason II. J. Miss, bds. 16 Washington 
Mason James H., teamster, h. 11 Oram ton ave. 
Mason S. N., miller, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Massy Francis X., printer, The Tuttle Co., h. 17 Green 
Matthews Aaron C. bds., 69 Forest 
Matthews Byron G., carpenter, h. 23 Gibson ave. 
Matthews Charles II., porter Bardwell House, h, 69 Forest 
Matthews Jerry Mrs., bds. 89 East 
Matthews John, general foreman, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Matthews John A., teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Matthews Zepherin, blacksmith, h. 77 Granger 
Mattimore Bartley, sawyer, V. M. Co., tenement 23, West 

Rutland 
Mattimore P., millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Ma Ugh an William, foreman, Y. M. Co.'s mill, h. Whip- 
ple Hollow road 
Maxham Chanucey, marble worker, it. 35 Pine 
Maxliam F. W.. printer, Telegram, h. 35 Pine 
May Chas., yardman, Sheldon's, h. Pleasant st., W. Rutland 
May Chas., millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
May Joel J., b. Whipple Hollow road, West Rutland 
Mayhrey Edward, mechanic, h. 34 Plain 
Maybrcy Frank, mechanic, h. 20 Plain 
Mayhrey Goo., blacksmith, b. 15 Plain 
Maybe w Moses, teamster, V. M. Co., 11 Grant ave. 
Mayhew William, barber, h. 48 Pine 
Maynard S., millman, Slieldon Marble Co., 
May uard Stewart T., millman, 1). 60 Marble, 
Mayo Eva, bds. 24 State 
Mayo N. E. Mrs., b. 5 Barnes, West Rutland 
McAnancy D. Miss, tailorcss, Morgan's, bds. 23 Evelyn 
MeBride William, polisher, bds. 33 Strongs ave. 
MeCahe Ed, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
McCabe Edward, teamster, h. Harrison ave., West Rutland 
MeCabc Edward, laborer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 



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McCaffrey James, laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
McCail James, teamster, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 
McCarthy F. A,, foreman finishing department, True Blue 

Marble Co., h. Pleasant st., West Rutland 
McCarthy Mary, employed at Bardwell House 
McCarty Daniel, mill supt., V. M. Co., h. Pleasant st., West 

Rutland 
McCarty E. J., at V. M. Co., b. Pleasant st., West Rutland 
McCarty J., marble worker, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
McCarty Owen, millman, V. M. < Jo., h. Pleasant St., W.Rutland 
McCarty John W., polisher, Sheldon Marble Co., h. Pleasant 

st., West Rutland 
McCauley Terrence, millman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 
McCavat Cclia, shirtmaker, bds. 4 Green 
MeCavat John, watchman, h. 4 Green 
McOlellan Sarah, bds. IT West 
McClelland Maleorab, ironer, h. 6 Maple 
McClelland Will E., hairdresser at 12 Center 
McCloy Geo. O, marble tracer, h. 11 State 
McClure Arthur M., clerk, W. E. Ross, h. 56 Kendall ave. 
McClure Edward, baker, h. 22 Union 
MeOlure E. O, with Estey Organ Co., h. 56 Kendall ave. 
McClure Henry M., agent Vermont Granite Co., h. 15 N. 

Main 
McClure M. A., with Estey Organ Co., and music dealer, 

6 Merchants Row, h. 11 Church (see adv.) 
McClure Samuel, mail carrier, bds. Bates House 
McCormick Edward, marble worker, Sheldon's, h. Castleton 

road, West Rutland 
McCormick E. J. Mrs,, fa. W. Main, Mill village 
MeCorraick J., marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 
McCormick Jennie, dressmaker, bds. 23 Meadow 
McCormick John, sawyer, V. M. Co., tenement 86, W.Rutland 
McCormick Martin G., moulder, fa, 23 Granger 
McCormick Matthew, sawyer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
McCormick Michael, millman, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 
McCormick Owen, sawyer, Y. M. Co., tenement 85, West 

Rutland 
McCormick Patrick, derrickman, Y. M. Co., tenement 32, 

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MeOormiuk Patrick, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 
McConniek Thos., mechanic, V. M. Co., tenement 91, West 

Rutland 
McCrane Mattie, shirtmaker, bds. 7 Willow 
McCne Edward, blacksmith, h. 76 Forest 
McOne John D., employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
MeCne Patrick, quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
McCnllough John, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 
MeDavitt George, quurrymnn, Esperanza 
McDeed Andrew Mrs., Castleton road, West Rutland 
MeDced B,, millnian, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
MeDoed Barnard, h. 3 Campbell, West Rutland 
McDeed John, quarry man, Sheldon Mar. Co., West Rutland 
McDeed John, livery stable, Proctor 
MeDced John 2d, li. 41 Marble, West Rutland 
McDeed Patrick, h. 29 Main, West Rutland 
McDeed Patrick, quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co.,W. Rutland 
McDermott Chas., cutter, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
McDermott John, h. 43 Strongs ave. 
McDermott Katie, domestic, 48 N. Main 
McDermott Mary, domestic, IT Cottage 

McDermott Patrick, quarry man, Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 
McDermott. Thos., coper, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
McDevitt David, cigars, etc., 20 Marble, h. do., West Rutland 
McDevitt George, bds. 20 Marble, West Rutland 
McDevitt James, stone cutter, b. 44 Main, West Rutland 
McDevitt James, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., W.Rutland 
McDevitt John, liveryman, h. 5 South, Proctor 
McDevitt Maggie, dressmaker, bds. 4 Convent ave. 
McDevitt Patrick, stone cutter, bds. West at., Center Rutland 
McDevitt P. J., cutter, "V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
McDonald Katie, domestic, 23 Washington 
McDonald Patrick, sawyer, Sheldon Marble Co., next Catholic 

church, West Rutland 
McDonald Patrick H., b. 9 Baxter 
McDonald Peter, h. 9 Baxter 
McDonald Thomas, machinist, h. 9 Baxter 
McDonald W. P., printer, Herald, bds. Globe Hotel 
McDonald Thomas, marble polisher, h. 138 Forest 
McDouough Barney, engine wiper, bds. 83 S. Main 

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McDonough Bridget Mrs., h. 137 West 

MeDonongh Bridget Mrs., h. 50 River 

McDonough Darby, blacksmith, h. 3 Strongs ave. 

McDonough Delia A., milliner, h. 3 Strongs ave. 

McDonough James, carpenter, h. 8 Hopkins 

McDonough James, machinist, h. 83 S. Main 

MeDonongh John, employed at Yalido Marble Co., bds. 15 

Cram ton ave. 
MeDonongh Jos. A., clerk, Keyes & Co., fa. 5 Strongs ave. 
McDonough Kate, domestic at 23 Washington 
McDonough M. P., polisher, h. 15 Cramton ave. 
McDonough Patrick, h. 15 Cramton ave. 
McDonough Patrick, laborer, h. 45 Strongs ave. 
MeDonongh Patrick, h. west creek road, Proctor 
MeDonongh Patrick P., machinist, bds. 3 Strongs ave. 
MeDonongh Sarah, tailoress, 137 West 
McDonough Thos. A., clerk, Dunn & Cramton's, h. 3 Strong 

ave. 
McDowell John, millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
McDowell Robt., Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
McDowell Robt., foreman, h. 26 Ripley's tenement, Center 
Rutland 

McDowell Thomas, blacksmith, h Pleasant, cor. Mill, West 

Rutland 
McDowell Wm, millman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
McDowell Wm., Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
McDowell Wm., blacksmith, h. 12 Clarendon ave., W. Rutland 
Mc&aherty Bartley, on railroad, west of scale works 
McGann John, quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
McGum) Ihomas, machinist at Esperanza, West Rutland 
MeGarry Barney, foreman, V. M. Co., Proctor 
MeGarry John, marble worker, Sheldon xM. Co., W. Rutland 
MeGarry John 2d, teamster, V. M. Co., tenement S2, West 

Rutland 
MeGarry John, Whipple Hollow road, West Rutland 
MeGarry Thos., Whipple Hollow road, West Rutland 
MeGarry Patrick, h. Pleasant street, West Rutland 
MeGarry Patrick, Whipple Hollow road, West Rutland 
MeGarry Patrick, millman, Sheldon Mar. Co., West Rutland 
MeGarry Ihomas, fa. 5 Marble, West Rutland 



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McCarry Patrick, quarryman, h. tenement 3, V. M. Co., West 

Rutland 
McGatrick Kate Mrs., h. 49 River 
McGee Thomas E., machinist, h. 11 Lincoln ave. 
McGinley Chas., qnarryman, h. tenement 5, V. M. Co., West 

Rutland 
McGinley John, fanner, h. Clark hill, West Rutland 
McGinn Michael, laborer, h. head of Green 
McGirr John J., stone cutter, bds. Barnes House, W. Rutland 
McGirr Patrick, marble cotter, Esperanza 
McGoldrick John, painter, L 93 Porcst 
McGowan Charles, switchman, bds. 7 Hopkins 
McGowan Edward, quarryman, V. M. Co., Proctor 
McGowan John, tinsmith, h. 62 East 
McGowan John, laborer, h. 7 Hopkins 
McGowan Mary, domestic, 50 N, Main 

McGowan Michael, mechanic, Yalido, Pleasant st., W. Rutland 
McGowan Patrick, millman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
McGrath Chas., draughtsman, h. 13 N. Main 
McGregor Robert, machinist, V. M. Co., Proctor 
McGuinness Cliarles, hostler, li. 20 Granger 
McGuinness Edward, clerk, h. 3 Wales 
McGuinncss Ellen Mrs., widow, h. 11 School, Proctor 
McGuinness Ellen Mrs. bds. 128 West 

McGuinness James R., clerk, Duffy & Clifford, bds. 12 Evelyn 
McGuinness Mary Mrs., h. 3 Maple 
McGoire Bartholomew, laborer, h. 68 S. Main 
McGuire Bridget, bds. 9 Hopkins 
McGuire Dennis, engine wiper, bds. 68 S. Main 
McGuire James, h. 68 S. Main 
McGuire James, polisher, V. M. Co., West Rutland 
McGuire Katie, shirtmaker, bds. 130 Forest 
MeGuire Patrick, laborer, h. 9 Hopkins 
McGnirk Chas. W., machinist, h. 33 Green 
McGuirk Chas., h. State, junction of West 
McGuirk Fi-aneis J., overseer, h. 5 Engrem 
McGuirk Ellen, widow, h. 69 Green 

McGuirk George, stone cutter, bds. State, junction of West 
McGuirk James, yard shifter, h, 74 East 
McGuirk John, grocer, h. State, junction of West 



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McGuirk John F., groceries, provisions, etc., 2 Strongs 

ave. 
McGuirk Jolm J., moulder, h. 66 East 
McGuirk Julia, bds. Maple 
McGnirk Mary, tailoress, h. 69 Green 
McGuirk Patrick, moulder, h. 66 East 
MeHarg Abbie Mies, teacher, bds. 19 S. Main 
McHugh John R., marble worker, Sheldon Marble Co., h. 

Pleasant street, AY est Rutland 
McHugh Patrick, employed Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Mclntyre Ann Mrs., h. Main, below fair ground 
Mclntyre Elizabeth E. Miss, h. 100 Granger 
Mclntyre Kate Miss, h. 100 Granger 
Mclntyre Henry, bds. 54 S. Main 

Mclntyre John, brick manuf., h. 172 Forest, opp. Plain 
Mclntyre John, mechanic, h. Main, below fair ground 
Mclntyre John 11., foreman car shop, h. 6 State 
Mclntyre J. H., cashier, bds. 37 N. Main 
Mclntyre Joseph A., mechanic, h. Main, below fair ground 
Mclntyre May, bds. 6 State 

Mclvor James, blacksmith, h, 25 1 Merchants Row 
McKearn Frank, qnarryman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
McKearn J as., qnarryman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
McKearn Wm., qnarryman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
McKcogh M., supt. Street Railway, bds. 13 Grove 
McKeogh Wm. J., bookbinder, The Tuttle Co., h. 52 State 
McKcon Bryan, farmer for Jolm Cram ton, £ line road 
McKeon James, qnarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
McKerney Arthur, teamster, h. 88 Marble, West Rutland 
McLanc Arthur Y., clerk, li. 99 Grove 
McLaughlin A., millman, Sheldon Marble Co., W, Rutland 
McLaughlin Andrew, sawyer, h. West st,, Center Rutland 
McLaughlin Andrew Mrs., h. Pleasant st., West Rutland 
McLaughlin Annie, shirtmaker, bds. 2 Green 
McLaughlin B., quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
McLaughlin Bridget, domestic, 36 N. Main 
McLaughlin F. E., bds. Woodstock ave., beyond 84 
McLaughlin George, carpenter, bds. 2 Green 
McLaughlin James, polisher, h. 38 State 
McLaughlin James, carpenter, li. West street, Center Rutland 

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McLaughlin James, employed V. M. Co., West Rutland 
McLaughlin James, sawyer, Sheldon's, bde. at P. W. Bracken's 
Mclaughlin Jennie, shirtmaker, bds. 08 S. Main 
McLanghlin Jolm P-, engineer, Esperanza, fa. 44 Woodstock 

ave. 
McLaughlin John, polisher, bds. West street, Center Rutland 
Mclaughlin John, blacksmith, bds. Pleasant St., W, Rutland 
McLaughlin John, blacksmith, h. Woodstock ave., beyond &4 
McLaughlin John, quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 
McLaughlin John, marble cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
McLaughlin Mary, domestic, 41 N. Main 
McLaughlin Mary, shirtmaker, bds. 68 S. Main 
McLanghlin Mary E., at Park, opp. Granger 
McLaughlin Michael, farmer, h. 2 Green 
McLanghlin Michael, laborer, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
McLaughlin Michael, quarryman, Sheldon M. Co. W. Rutland 
McLaughlin Michael, quarryman, Trne Pine Marble Co. 
McLaughlin Michael E., cutter, h, Pleasant St., West Rutland 
McLaughlin M. E., polisher, True Pkte Marble Co. 
McLaughlin Nellie, bds. 18 Willow 
McLanghlin Nellie, shirtmaker, bds. 2 Green 
McLaughlin Pat., farmer, h. creek road, Center Rutland 
McLaughlin Patrick, machinist, h. 21 Green 
McLaughlin Patrick, quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 
McLaughlin Patrick J., car inspector, h. 57 Green 
McLaughlin Robert, laborer, h. 31 Jackson ave. 
McLaughlin Tcrrencc Mrs., h. 32 East 
McLanghlin Thos., laborer, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
McLaughlin Thos., blacksmith, h, C Hopkins 
McLean Frank M., book and job printer, 3 Grove (see 

adv.) 
McMahon John, laborer, h. 112 West 
McMahon Martin, laborer, h. 86 State 
McMahon Mary E., clerk, bds. 80 State 
McLean Minnie, h. 99 Grove 
McMahon Patrick, moulder, bds. 80 State 
McMahon Patrick, polisher, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
McMahon Thos., tailor, h. 27 Green 
McManuS Peter, fine family groceries, 99 West 
McMatms Peter F., student, h. 99 West 












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MuMaster Charles, master mechanic, B. & R. shops, h. 10 

Pine 
McMaster Eva, bookkeeper, bds. 10 Pino 
McMaster J. C. Miss, cashier, Combination Store, bds. 10 Pine 
McMurray Chas., carpenter, h. 32 Baxter 
McMurray Frank, laborer, h. licad of Green 
McMurray Katie, domestic, 31 Grove 
McMurray Michael, h. head of Allen street 
McNally Bessie, shirtmaker, bds. 13 Granger 
McNally Ada, shirtmaker, hds. 13 Granger 
McNally Lattra, shirtmaker, bds. 13 Granger 
McNally Charles Mrs., h. 13 Granger 

McNamara Chas., bds. 20 Ripley's "tenement, Center Rutland 
McNamara Daniel Mrs., h. Allen, above R. R. crossing 
McNamara James, polisher at Esperanza, West Rutland 
McNamara Jolm, Jr., clerk, C. Quigley's, h. Allen street 
McNamara Robt., h. 2 Ripley's tenement, Center Rutland 
McNeil Frank, filler at Esperanza, West Rutland 
McNeil James, quarryman, h. 44 Sheldon's tenement, West 

Rutland 
McNeil Patrick, quarryman, Sheldon Mar. Co., W. Rutland 
McNeil Win., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
McNeil Win., quarryman, h. Water, West Rutland 
McPhilimie Wm., boxer, h. 59 Marble, West Rutland 
McPhiliniy Wm., millman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
McQuade James, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., Castleton 

road, West Rutland 
McQuade Wm., sawyer, Y. M. Co., Castleton rd., W. Rutland 
Mead Andrew J., fanner, 43 Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Mead E. Z. Mrs., widow, h. west creek road, Proctor 
Mead George Y., carpenter, h. Chestnut ave. 
Mead Horatio, farmer, Ii. west creek road, Proctor 
Mead Joel M. Mrs., h. west creek road, Proctor 
Mead John A., president Howe Scale Co., h. 22 Washing- 
ton, cor. Prospect 
Mead John H., farmer, h. Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Mead Rolliu C, farmer, h. creek road, Proctor 
Mead R. B., L .31} Merchants Row 
Mead Stephen W., farmer, h. west creek road, Proctor 
Mead Win. C, clerk, Pollard's, rooms 40 Elm 

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Mead W, H., farmer, h. west creek road, Proctor 

Mead Zebu Ion Mrs., west creek road, Center Rutland 

Mears Arthur, blacksmith, hds. 19 Main, West Rutland 

Mears Dermis, clerk at Bates House 

Mears Win,, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Mecier Dolphise, (Gibson & Mecier), h. 12 Terrill 

Mecier Joseph, blacksmith, li. 8 Terrill 

Mecier Mary, dressmaker, Mutual Exchange block 

Mecier Oliver, blacksmith, bds. 12 Terrill 

Meegan Owen, foreman Lincoln Iron Works, h. 75 Forest 

Median John, quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 

Meilleur Chas., mechanic, V. M. Co., West st., C. Rutland 

Meilleur Joseph, Jr., lathe polisher, b. west creek road, Center 
Rutland 

Meld on Delia G., teacher, bds. Lincoln, cor. Grant avc. 

Moldon Kate T., P. O. clerk, bds. Lincoln, cor. Grant ave. 

Mcldon Nellie J., teacher, bds. Lincoln, eor. Grant ave. 

Meld on Mary, teacher, bds. Lincoln, cor. Grant avc. 

Mel don Mary Mrs., h. Lincoln cor. Grant ave. 

Me Id on P. M., attorney and counselor at law, otlice 5 and 
6 Herald building, bds. Bard well House 

Mellow Frank M., hairdresser, 21 Center, b. 50 N. Main 

Memorial Hall, 04 West 

Merchants National Bank, 41 Merchants Row (see adv.) 

Mcrcier Isaac, quarry man, Columbian Marble Co , b. 73 West, 
Proctor 

Mercure Alice, teacher, bds. 18 Chestnut ave. 

MeiXUre & Co., proprietors of Rutland Bazaar, 51 Mer- 
chants Row, opp. depot (see adv.) 

Mercure D. J,, (Mercure & Co.), b. IS Chestnut ave. 

Merling Henry, mason, b. 20 North 

Merling Jennie, bds, 14 Williams 

Mero Hi'ttie Mrs., domestic, 47 West 

Mero Ida, domestic. 20 S. Main 

Merriam Armenia Mrs., h. 41 West 

Merrill Edward, blacksmith, h. 57 Marble, West Rutland 

Merrill Ered, lawyer, bds. 6 Court Square 

Merrill Geo. A. Mrs., resides with Lyman W. Rediugton 

Merrill James A., lawyer, Clement building, b. 6 Court 
Square 

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Merriam E. N., stamping and art needlework, music store 
and agent for Domestic sewing machine, shirt manufac 
turcr, etc., also depository of the Vermont Bible Society, 
15 Merchants Row, h. ii West (see adv.) 

Merrill M. E., foreman, Howe Scale Co., li. 7 Royce ave. 

Merrill Warren, employed at 111 N. Main 

Merritt Alice Miss, asst. housekeeper for Dr. J. G. Johnson 

Merritt Benjamin G. Mrs., h. ] Elm 

Merritt Jessie Miss, 1 Elm 

Mctzgcr Chas. A,, upholsterer, biJs. 25 Elm 

MetZger Wltl., upholsterer, shop 27 Evelyn, h. 25 Eln: 
(see adv.) 

Metzger Win. E., upholsterer, bds. 25 Elm 

Meyer Isaac, tailor, h. 23 Merchants Row 

Meyer Morris, tailor, 23 Merchants Row 

Meyerhoffer Vincent C, prop. Mt. Killington House, h. 1 
Field ave. 

Mietzke George A., professor of music, b. 38 Grove 

Milan Daniel, quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 

Miller Eddie I., clerk, B. H. Burt's, bds. 7 Willow 

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Miller Frank, teamster, h. 19 Sleep 

Millington Gilbert D., postal clerk, h. 99 Center 

Mills A. A., grocer and meat market, 64 Marble, W. Rutland 

Mills Burt, machinist, h- 25 Howe 

Mills Chas., teamster at True Bke Marble^Co. 

Mills Delia Miss, b. 42 Washington _ 

Mills Henry S., sashmaker, b, 27 Gibson are, 

Mills Walter B., bookkeeper, b. 10 Gibson avc. 

Mills Whipple, fanner, b. Clarendon road 

Mills William A., farmer, b. Clarendon road 

Miner B., quarry man, Sbeldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Miner Breno, painter, b. 53 Forest 

Miner Chas., tinsmith, Dunn & Cramton, bds. 57 Washington 

Miner George E., b. 43 State 

Miner Rose E. Mrs., dressmaker, 53 Forest, h. do 

Miner Louis A., h. 25i Center 

Miner L. F., carriage maker, blacksmith, Iiorscshoer and 

general jobbing, 69 West, b. 57 Washington (see adv.) 
Miner R E., carpenter, 19 Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Minett William, polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Minkler B. F., b Is. 60 Mrble, West Rutland 
Minklcr David, h. S High, West Rutland 
Minkler Ira, h. 8 High, West Rutland 
Minor Albert, carpenter, h. 19 Elm 
Minor Harry E., buttonhole worker, bds. 20 Church 
Minor Joseph H., carpenter, bds. 19 Elm 
Miron Charles, laborer, h. 10 Green 
Mitchell Willard, scale maker, bds. Brock House 
Moffat Gavin, foreman for Sheldon Marble Co., h. 17 Barnes, 

West Rutland 
Molloy James, marble polisher, bds. 12 Cherry 
Molloy Mary, shirtmaker, bds. 12 Cherry 
Molloy Robert, mechanic, h. 12 Cherry 
Moloney Mary Mrs. domestic, 41 West 
Moloney Mary, at Bates House 
Moloney Jennie, at Bates House 
Moloney Tbos. W., lawyer, (Butler & Moloney), bds. Bates 

House 
Monahan Annie, 6 Prospect 
Monahau D., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 

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Monahan Dennis, sawyer, h. Castleton road, West Rutland 
Monahan Ed, millman,. Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Monahan E. R., at D. & H. depot, bds. Whipple Hollow, 

West Rutland 
Monahan James, clerk, J. E. Robiuson & Co., Center Rutland 
Monahan John, scale maker, h. 25 Ripley's tenement, Center 

Rutland 
Monahan John, laborer, h. 32 Franklin 
Monahan M., millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Monahan Owen, brass moulder, h. 28 Franklin 
Monahan Patrick, moulder, h. 80 Granger 
Monahan R., millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Monahan Robt., teamster, Sheldon Marble Co., h. Whipple 

Hollow road, West Rutland 
Monahan Thomas, farmer, h. Clark hill, West Rutland 
Monahan, William, polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Monet Mitchell, blacksmith, bds. 28 East 
Monson Clocs P., hostler for Carpenter & Carpenter 
Monson E., millman, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Monson Olof, employed V. M. Co., Center Rnthuul 
Montgomery Ceo. K., cashier Killington National Bank 

and treas. Rutland Trust Co., h. 18 Pleasant 
Monville Jos., machine runner, V. M. Co., tenement 16, West 

Rutland 
Moody Chas. E., engineer, h. 14 Baxter 
Mooney Arthur, clerk, C, Quigley, bds. 28 Pine 
Mooney Dennis, boiler maker, h. 14 Granger 
Mooney E. A,, bds. 39 Wales 
Mooney Mary Mrs., boarding house, 39 Wales 
Mooney Patrick, h. 28 Fine 
Mooney Win. F., grocer, 32 West, bds. do 
Moore C. Austin, trav. agent, bds. 6 Prospect 
Moore Edgar B., bds. 15 Chestnut avc. 
Moore W. H., printer, at The T Little Co. 
Moore Herbert W., engineer, h. 10 Summer 
Moore J. B., with Evening Telegram, h. Madison, cor. 

Strongs avc. 
Moore John F., teamster, h. West st., Center Rutland 
Moore J. H., carpenter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Moore Minerva Mrs., S5 years old, bds. 72 West 



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Moore Wm. B., real estate, h. 15, CheBtnut ave. 

Moran Christopher, engineer, h. creek road, Proctor 

Moran Henry, employed by Sheldon Marble Co., h. Clar- 
endon road, West Rutland 

Moran Thomas, employed Sheldon Marble Co., 

Moran Thos., blacksmith, Espcranza quarry, West Rutland 

Moran Wm. E., employed Dorset Marble Co., bds. 39 Wales 

Morehouse Chas. E., trav. agent, h. 18 Baxter 

Morey Fayette, carpenter, h. 22 Mineral 

Morgan Almon B., fireman, bds. 14 Plain 

Morgan Byron D. Mrs., h. 14 Plain 

Morgan David G., asst. bookkeeper Baxter National Bank, b. 
23 Baxter 

Morgan D. L., merchant tailor, 15| Center, li. 8 Park ave. 

Morgan Edward W., invoice clerk, V. M. Co., bds. 23 Baxter 

Morgan Elizabeth Mrs., bds. 22 Clarendon ave., W. Rutland 

Morgan George, marble worker, h. 181 West 

Morgan Ceo. H., quarry man, bds. 14 Plain 

Morgan Pliny, car builder, bds. 93 Forest 

Morgan W. Guy, clerk, Sheldon Marble Co., bds. Main, cor. 
Clarendon ave., West Rutland 

Morgcnson Peter, carpenter, V. M. Co., 5 South, Proctor 

Moriarty John, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Moriarty John, li. 8 Evergreen 

Moriarty Maurice, butcher, h. 3 Main, West Rutland 

Morn Charles, laborer, h. 10 Green 

Moroncy Katie E., domestic, 40 Grove 

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Moron ey Thos., h. 22 Ripley's tenement, Center Rutland 

Morrill R. K., moulder, h. 23 Strongs ave. 

Morris Gilbert, laborer, h. 80 S. Main 

Morris M. L. Mrs., teacher, bds. 17 Crescent 

Morrison Bid, 29 Washington 

Morrison John, mill man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Morrison Maine, domestic, 24 Cottage 

Morrison Merlin C, clerk at The Tut tie Co. 

Morrison Michael J., machinist, Esperanza, West Rutland 

Morison John E., teller, Rutland Co. Nat. Bank, bds. 19 

S. Main 
Morrison M. J., marble turner, h. 17 Granger 
Morrison Patrick, laborer, b. 17 Granger 
Morrissey John, brakeman, B. & R., rooms 17 Wales 
Morrissey John, sawyer, h. Harrison ave., West Rutland 
Morse Charles, pattern maker, bds. 12 Evelvn 
Morse Chas. E., clerk with P. C. Houghton, 19 Merchants 

Row 
Morse E. A., real estate, bds. Bates House 
Morse Edmund R., asst. treas. V. M. Co., Proctor 
Morse F. A., druggist, 21 Main, cor. Marble, W. Rutland 
Morse Geo. W., machinist, h. 25 Union 
Morse Willis, small beer manuf., 20 Wales, h. 7 Madison 
Morton Frank P., bds. 5 Pine 

Mortrom John, h. 34 Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Moseley &. Stoddard Mfg. Co., manufacturers of dairy 

apparatus, office and factory cor. West and Forest (see 

adv.) 
Mosicr Charles H-, hostler, h. 116 N. Main 
Mossey John, mechanic, lv. 14 Willow 
Moulthrop Robert Mrs., h. 102 S. Main 
Mound Thos., dentist, 2 Merchants Row, h. 32 Grove 
Moycr John, carpenter, bds. West street, Center Rutland 
Moylan James, quarry man, Espcranza 
Moylan Maggie, domestic. 50 N. Main 
Monaban John, blacksmith, li. 58 Main 
Moynahan P. J., printer, Herald, bds. Brock House 
Muchlands R., quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Mukahy Ellen, domestic, 48 Grove 
Mulcaby John, quarryman, 58 Sheldon's tenement, W. Rutland 

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Mound & Schell, Burgeon dentists 2 Merchants Bo* 
Mulcaliy Nellie, dressmaker, bds. 17 Mineral 
Mulhern Martin Mrs., West street, Center Rutland 
Mulhern Michael, laborer at True Blue Marble Co. 
Mulliern Patrick, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co.,W. Rntland 
Mulhern Thos., quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Mulholland Patrick, qnaiTjtmnn, V. M. Co., fa. Proctor 
Mullancy James, quarry man, V. M. Co., h. off Pleasant st, 

West Rutland 
Mullancy Tlios., marble worker, Slicldon M. Co., W. Rutland 
Mullee Martin, filer, h. 83 East 
Mullee Mary Mrs., bds. 9 Engrom avc. 
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For Business Men, The JEltneL Life. 

Mullen Alice E. Miss, at W. R. Sheldon's residence, West 

Rutland 
Mullen Arthur, carpenter, k. 81 Church 
Mullen James, sawyer, V. M. Co., h. Barnes st., W. Rutland 
Mullen James, quarry man, Esperanza 
Mullen Michael j quarry man, V, M. Co., Proctor 
Mullen Nora, milliner, bds. 91 Center 

Mullen Patrick, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 
Mullen Patrick Mrs,, resides with Mrs. L, Con iff 
Mullen P. II., marble worker, h. Pleasant st., West Rutland 
Mullin Michael, custom blacksmith and livery stable, 

Strongs ave., cor. Royee, h. 22 Royec (see adv.) 
Mullin, P. F., supt. V. M. Co.'s quarry, h. 8 Barnes, West 

Rutland. 
Mumford Chas., teamster, V. M. Co., tenement 73, W. Rutland 
Mumtbrd Geo., milhnan, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Mumford James, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 
Mumford John, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., W. Rntland 
Mumford Patrick, quarry man, Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 
Mumford Thos., marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 
Mumford Thos., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Monger Edmund D., marble agent, h. 8 Nichols 
Munsou Axel, quarryman, V. M. Co., tenement 57, West 

Rutland 
Murdock Clarence, baker, Lyon's steam bakery, bds. 10 Pros- 
pect 
Murdock John, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 
Murdock Joseph, laborer, h. 16 Mineral 
Murdock Win., carpenter, Sheldon Marble Co., h. Pleasant st., 

West Rutland 
Murphy B. J., bds. 18 Barnes, West Rutland 
Murphy Dan, barber, bds. Barnes House, West Rutland 
Murphy Edward, fa. 46 Spruce 
Murphy James, h. 46 Spruce 
Murphy James, laborer, h. 61 Green 
Murphy Jeremiah J., tailor, h. 12 Elm 
Murphy Johanna, dressmaker, hds. 36 Granger 
Murphy Mary, dressmaker, bds, 36 Granger 
Murphy Nellie, dressmaker, bds. 36 Granger 
Murphy John, at Rutland Bakery, rooms 65 West 



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Murphy John, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., h. 12 Barnes, 

West Rutland 
Murphy J. B., stoves, tinware, ranges, plumbing, steam, 

gas and water piping, metal rooting, etc. All kinds of 

barter taken fa exchange. Speeial attention given to job- 

ing and roofing, 34 Wales, h. CI Green 
Murphy John O, at Rutland Cracker Co. 
Murphy Julia, tailoress, h. 61 Green 
Murphy Kate, bds. 46 Spruce 
Murphy Lizzie, domestic, 107 S. Main 
Murphy Martin, bds. 46 Spruce 
Murphy Matthew, quarryinau, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Murphy Michael, veterinary surgeon, li. Clarendon road 
Murphy Michael, laborer, bds, 12 Evelyn 
Murphy Michael, laborer, bds. West street, Center Rutland 
Murphy Michael H., supt. Esperanza (piarry, West Rutland 
Murphy Patrick, fireman at Bates House 
Murphy Thomas, hostler, bds. 43 State 
Murphy Thomas, laborer, h. 48 Spruce 
Murphy Timothy J., boilennaker, h. 25 Brown 
Murphy Timothy Mrs., h. 36 Granger 
Murray Delia, domestic, 8 Pleasant 
Murray Delia L., bds. 21 Elm 
Murray Jas. R., stone cutter, h. 23 State 
Murray John, carpenter, h. 21 Elm 
Murray Libhie, domestic, 33 Washington 
Murray Michael, laborer, h. head of Allen 
Murray William, fireman, bds. 17 Franklin 
Murray Win., V. M. Co., cast creek road to Proctor _ 
Mussey W. B„ choice family groceries and provisions, etc., 
11 Merchants Row, h. 42 Grove 



W. B. MUSSEY, 



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Fancy ai Staple Groceries, Provisions, Hour, fc 

AX&Q 

Vegetables, Fruits, *Nuts and Confectionery, 

at the lowest cash prices. 

11 Merchants Bow, - - - RUTLAND. VT. 

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Insure with Gf.-F. North, in the JEtria Life. 

Mussey B. F. Mrs., h. 10 Pino 

Mussey Ed., farmer, h. Woodstock ave., near town line 
Mussey Chas. W., cashier Merchants National Bank of 
Rutland and European steamship agent, h. 7 Chestnut 
avc. (sec adv.) 
Myers Chae. R., carpenter, h. 1 Pearl 
Myers Dana, (juarryman, True Blue Marble Co. 
Myhrhcrg Gns, turner, h. 2 South, Proctor 
Mylott Bart, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Mylott John, sawyer, Sheldon Marble Co., h. West St., Cen- 
ter Rutland 



Nash Thomas, printer, Herald, bds. Brock House 

Nason Ernest E., bookkeeper, bds. Brown, cor. Smith, West 

Rutland 
Natalc Salve, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Navin Daniel, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Navin John, polisher, Ripley's, h. West st., Center Rutland 
Navin Thos,, polisher, Bardillo, h. West St., Center Rutland 
Nay Ion Fred. J., mail clerk at Herald ofliee, bds. 88 Granger 
Naylon Michael, carpenter, h. 88 Granger 
Neary Mary Miss, h. N. Main, near iee house 
Neary Peter, h. Pleasant st., West Rutland 
Needhaui Joseph B., carpenter, h. 10 Park 
Negus Richard, mechanic, Sheldon, h. 10 Clarendon ave., 

West Rutland 
Negus W., quarryinan, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Nelson A., mill man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Nelson Alexander, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Nelson August, quarryinan, "V". M. Co., tenement 66, West 

Rutland 
Nelson Edward T., salesman at B. F. Pollard's 
Nelson Gustave, sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Nelson Hans, sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Nelson Oscar B., scale sealer, h. 17£ Merchants Row 
Nelson Peter, rubbing bed, V. M, Co., Center Rutland 
Nelson S. E., employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Use " Royal " Lead Pencils, 

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Nelson Thos., cutter, True Blue Marble Co., bds. 5 Pipe 
Nelson W. F., proprietor of 5, 10 and 25 cent store, 45 

Center, h. 38| Center 
Ness Andrew, mechanic, b. 12 Mineral 
Neweomb Matt., h. 48 Marble, West Rutland 
New England Dye Works, Louis Schwarz, manager, 67 

Center (sec adv.) 
New England Fire Insurance Co., Clement budding, 

Merchants How (see adv. on inside tront cover) 
Newton Aluiira, nurse, 9 Ross, West Rutland 
Nuwtou M. A., tinner, h. 12 Chestnut ave 
New Urn Marcel le, h- 1* Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Newton Nelson, b. Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Newton Walter, agent, b. 90 Center 
Newton Walter P., bds. 90 Center 
New tun William, l», 61 Pine 

Nichols Carlos W., photographer, 2i| Center, b. 14 

Prospect (see adv.) 
Nit-hols Edward, fireman, h. 19 Franklin 
Nichols E. E.- manner Conimereial Union Telegraph Co., 

Center, eor. Wales 
Nichols Ella, sliirtniaker, bds. 16 Lincoln ave. 
Nichols Geo. W., carriage painter, 36 Wales, b. 12 Church 
Nichols II. H., horse clipper, h. Baxter st. 
Nichols J. T., groceries and provisions, 39 Center, b. 16 

Lincoln ave 
Nichols Leroy, moulder, Howe Scale Works, h. 12 lioyce 
Nichols May, dressmaking, bds. 12 Church 
Nichols B. C. MrB., bds. 14 Prospect 
Nicholson A. A. Mrs., h. 7 Cottage 
Nicholson David E., attorney and counsellor at law and 

solicitor and master in chancery, office and residence lb 

Grove 
Nicholson Marcus D., marble agent, h. 28 Church 
Nicholson Nils, laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Nic-kkw Louis W., h. 1 Cherry 
Niemen Michael, machinist, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Niles Arthur E., teamster, h. 151 West 
Niles Oscar O,, cutter at Pollard's, bds. Bardwell House 
Nil son Elsie, domestic, 51 Grove 

Binding, Printing, Publishing, in all Branches. T1 '^„rK.™- 

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It is Noted for its Careful Management. 

Nims, Caroline E., bds. 46 N. Main 
Nipes Jonathan, soap maker, h. Cold river road ■ 
Noble John, farmer h. Cold river road 
Nodi ne Mary Mrs., bds. 6 Park ave. 
Noc Joseph, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Noiseux Paul, horseshoer, L. F. Miner, bds. 57 Washington 
Nolan John, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Nolan James, mechanic, h. rear 9 Franklin 
Nolan Patrick, loader at Esperanza, West Rutland 
Nolan W., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Noll It. G., accountant, h. 37 S. Main • 

Noonan Daniel, quarryman, Sheldon Marhle Co., W. Rutland 
Noon an John, emp. Columbian Marble Co., li. 26 West 
Noonan Joseph, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Noonan Moriis, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor. 
Noonan Terrence, employed Columbian Marble Co., Proctor 
Noonan Thos., emp. Columbian M. Co., h. 26 West, Proctor 
Noonan Timothy, employed V. M. Co., h. 69 West, Proctor 
Nordstrom C. O., laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Nordstrom G., laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Nordstrom F. O., quarryman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Nordstrom John, quarryman, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Normandinc John, wheelwright for Ten-ill & Son, h.-17 Wil- 
liams 
North Aaron E., foreman, h. 6 Barnes, West Rutland 
North C, qnarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
North C. F., Vermont State manager, /Etna Life Insur- 
ance Co.. Office 26^ Merchants Row, h. 14 Cottage, 
(see top lines through book) 
Norton Edward, h. 28 Ross, West Rutland 
Norton John, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Norton John, laborer, bds, 39 Brmvn 
Norton John W., clerk, Pollard's, h. 69 Wales 
Norton John W., treas. Howe Scale Co., h. 62 N. Main 
Norton Katherine P., music teacher, bds. 62 N. Main 
Novak Albert, cutter, h. 72 East 
Noyce A. W., laborer, b. 41 Main, West Rutland 
Noyce A. W., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
NoyeS Bros,, livery, boarding and feed stable, 13 Wash 
ington {see adv) 

PRINTING IfXo"^ 31 THE TUTTLE CO., 



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G. F. NORTH, OTATiIFKINSCd 261MERCHASTS ROW. 

STATE MABTAGEK, ill 111 il UH U -U1U, UU., TELEPHONIS. 

Noyes Daniel, brakemau, h. 48 Spruce 

Noyes Eliza Miss, h. 13 Gibson ave. 

Noyea Fred J., (Noyes Bros.,) livery, 18 Washington 

Noyes H. F„, lumber, sash, doors and blhida, also wood 

and coal, 33 State h. do. (see adv.) 
Noyes John, farmer, h. Mill village 
Noyes Li Hie, domestic, 17 Grant ave. 
Noyes W. L. (Noyes Bros.), and plain and decorative painter 

and pup or hanger, li. 59 East (see adv.) 
Nugent John, milhnan, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Nugent John, sawyer, V. M. Co., tenement 19, W. Rutland 
Nutlcy Patrick, sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Nybng Henry, laborer, lids. 8(5 Granger 
Nygreen F., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 



Oakley Chas., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Oakinan George, bds. 39 Wales 

Oates Michael, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Oates Michael, engineer, Valido Marble Co., h. W. Rutland 

Obery Erick, quarryman, V, M. Co., tenement 54, W. Rutland 

O'Biern James F., telegrapher, Western Union, bds. 39 Wales 

O'Brien Charles, quarry in an, Esperanza 

O'Brien Chas., engineer, Valido Marble Co. 

O'Brien Cornelius, painter, fa. 103 Forest 

O'Brien Daniel, laborer, h. 10 Granger 

O'Brien Edward, quarryman, True Blue Marble Co. 

O'Brien Hannah, domestic, 56 Kendall ave. 

O'Brien Hattio, bds. 12 Prospect 

O'Brien James M., clerk, bds. 99 West 

O'Brien John, clerk, Chas. Sterns, 31 Merchants Row 

O'Brien Katie Miss, dressmaker, h. 15£ Center 

O'Brien M., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

O'Brien Mary, domestic, 91 Center 

O'Brien Michael, bda. 45 Spruce 

O'Brien Oliver, quarryman, Esperanza 

O'Brien Patrick, at Sheldon's, h. Whipple Hollow road, West 

Rutland 
O'Brien Patrick, quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

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O'Brien P. F., marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

O'Brien Patrick F,, h. 59 Main, West Rutland 

O'Brien Thos., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 

O'Brien Thos., milhnan, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

O'Brien Thomas, laborer, h. 39 Strongs avc 

O'Brien Timothy, h. 92 Marble, West Rutland 

O'Brien Timothy, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 

O'Brien Win., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 

O'Brien Wm., quarryman, h. Whipple Hollow rd., W. Rutland 

O'Connell Daniel, marble worker, h. 121 West 

C ConnelL, see also Conndl 

O'Connor Michael, sawyer, h. 24 Ripley's tenement, Center 

Ruthmd 
O'Connor M. J., carver, h. West street, Center Rutland 
Odell Albert, asst. foreman, V. M. Co., h. 7 Crescent 
Odell Harvey, Columbian M. Co., bds. 41 Clarendon ave 

West Rutland 
Odell M:, eupt. Columbian marble quarry, h. 41 Clarendon 

ave., West Rutland 
Odell P. E., telegrapher, bds. 7 Crescent 
Odom Charles, carpenter, h. 82 N. Main 
O 'Don u ell James, V. M. Co. Center Rutland 
O'Hare Thos., foreman, V. M. Co., h. creek road, Proctor 
O'Herne David J., h. 35 South 
O'Hernc Mary E., bds. 35 South 
O'Herne William B., stone cutter, bds. 35 South 
O'Horo Katie, domestic, 10 Cottage 
O'Keefc James, laborer, h. 24 Mineral 
O'Keel'e Mary Miss, employed The Tuttle Co. 
Olander Chas., machinist, V. M. Co., Proctor 
O'Leary Timothy, h. 2 Travcrs place 
Oleson 0. J., clerk, V. M. Co.'s store, Proctor 
Ollivetti M. C, proprietor Barnes House, West Rutland, 

(see adv.) 
01 instead Chas., h. 45 S. Main 
Olmstead Ella, bds. 45 S. Main 

Olinataad Julian K., painter, h. S. Main, below fair ground 
Olof J., sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

O'Lopson L., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
O'Longhlin Ellen Mrs., li. 53 Granger 

Wood Mouldings for Rooms 

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STATE MANAGES, 



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Olsen Adolph, quarry man, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Olsen A. G., polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Olsen Andrew, quarry man, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Olsen Andrew Mrs., widow, li. 5 Powers, Proctor 

Olsen Andrew, filler, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Olsen Franz, tiller, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Olsen Christy, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Kntland 

Olaen C. J., quarry man, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Olsen Ega, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Olsen John, employed Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Olsen 01 of J., laborer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Olsen Oscar, machinist, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Olsen Peter, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

O'Mara Timothy, h. 71 S. Main 

O'Mara Michael, h. 71 S. Main 

O'Neill Ann, bds. 68 State 

O'Neill Edward, teamster, h. Barnes st., West Rutland 

O'Neill James, h. 16 Marble, West Rutland 

O'Neill James, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 

O'Neill James, asst. porter at Bates House 

C'Neill John, quarryman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

O'JSIcill Michael, quarryman, True Blue Marble Co. 

O'Neill Patrick, Mrs., h. 30 Brown 

O'Neill P. P., clerk, Cain's drug store, 31 Center 

O'Neill Thomas, painter, h. 30 Brown 

Oney David Mrs., widow, h. 15^ Center 

Oncy Wm., carpenter, h. 14 Engrem ave. 

Onion Carlos L., freight foreman, C, Y. R. R, li. 27 Meadow 

Onion Eliza A. Mrs., widow, h. 57 Grove 

Onion Wm., polisher, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Qrcu.it A. A., carriage painter, li. 14 Summer 

Orrnsbee Thos. J., farmer, h. East st., Proctor 

O'Reilly Chas. Rev., pastor St. Bridget's ch., W. Rutland 

O'lioiirke, see also Ilourke 

O'Rourkc Darnel, 44 Main st,, West Rutland 

O'Rourke James, quarryman, Columbian Marble Co., Proctor 

O'Rourke James, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 

O'Rourkc John, quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., West Rutland 

O'Rourke John, farmer, h. West Rutland 

O'Rourke Julia, domestic, Barnes House, West Rutland 

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The ^tna Life is Noted For its Stability. 

O'Rourke M., quarryman, Columbian Marble Co., Proctor 

O'Rourke Thos., Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

O'Rourke Wm., quarryman, Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 

O'Rourke W. J., marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 

Osgood Lee K., farmer, h. above Mill village 

O'Shea Dennis, h. 25 Franklin 

O'Shea Kate, 19 S. Main 

O'Shea Nellie, 19 8. Main 

Otis Horace, clerk, bds. 23 South Main 

Otis W. G., express messenger, h. 23 S. Main 

Otis J. M., Mrs., h. 23 S. Main 



Paddcn Henry, butcher, h. Creek road, Center Rutland 

Page Charles E., carpenter and builder, h. 99 N. Main 

Page E., h. 99 N. Main 

Pago Edith A., shirtmaker, bds. 33 Howe 

Page Fred., chair maker, h. 38 Forest 

Page Henry A., mechanic, h. 86 Forest 

Pago Jacob W., electrician, bds. 2(5 Grove 

Page Jacob, machinist, h. 71 West 

Page John B., Mrs., h. 19 S. Main 

Page John E., mechanic, h. 38 Forest 

Page Nathaniel F., blacksmith, h. 16 Church 

Page Warren, electrician, h. 26 Grove 

Page William R., general agent of Howe Scale Co., h. 

27 Washington 
Paige E. C, clerk, Chas. E. Ross, h. 4 Cottage 
Paige Norman A. (Cramton & Paige), li. C Prospect 
Paige Sylvester F. Mrs., widow, h. 4 Cottage 
Pallmerine George, gardener, h. Park st., near fair ground 
Palmer A. T., blind maker, h. 10 Granger 
Palmer E. F., invoicer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Palmer James R., gardener, h. 18 Forest 
Palmer James, gardener for H. H. Baxter, h. Grove, cor. 

Garden 

Palmer John, stone cutter, fa. 7 Ripley's tenement, Center 
Rutland 



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STATE MANAGER, IU 1 a a nl1 U Ii1U - UU> > TBLEFHOSg. 

Papineau Peter, marble worker, Espcranza, bds. 47 Marble, 

West Rutland 
Papineau Sain, marble worker, Espcranza, li. 41 Marble, 

West Rutland 
Parish R., street car conductor, bds. 4 Main, West Rutland 
Parker B. F. & J- C, flour, feed and grain, Marble st, West 

Rutland 
Parker Charles A. (Parker & Thmll),h. Plearant street, West. 

Rutland 
Parker C. J., overseer, b. 17 Smitb, West Rutland 
Parker Edward, mechanic, h. 15 Smith, West Rutland 
Parker Henry 8., clerk, L. G. Kingsley's, h. 53 S. Main. 
Parker J. A., telegrapher, h. 3 Wales 
Parker John, teamster for E. W. Young, h. off" Clarendon 

ave., West Rutland 
Parker Matt., h. 9 Smith, West Rutland 
Parker S. A. Mrs., h. 53 S. Main 
Parker Wesley, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 
Parmenter C, general insurance agent, Music Hall, cor. 

Center and Wales ats„ bds. Berwick House 

C. PARMENTER, 

MUSIC HALL BUILDING. 

Comer Center and Wales Streets - - - Rutland, Vt. 

o 

Special Agent LIBERTY INSURANCE COMPANY. 
State Agent NORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE CO. 

AGENT FOIi 

LEADING FIRE, MARINE, ACCIDENT, LIFE, 
GUARANTEE, PLATE GLASS AND STEAM BOILER 

INSURANCE COMPANIES, 

Opposite the Berwick- 
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lou Heed not lie to fin in the iEtna Life. 

Parker & Thrall, general merchandise, 4 Main, W. Rutland 

Park hurst Mr., h. 1 S. Main 

Parkhurst Ceo., mill man, Sheldon Marble Co, W. ■ Rutland 

Parkhurst C. A., bookkeeper, Lyons bakery, h. 18 Church ' 

Parkhurst R., iuvoicer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Paro Amos, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 

Paro Nellie, shirttnaker, bds. 20 Church 

Parris John J., conductor, B. & R., bds. Bates House 

Parso Joseph, quarry man, V. M. Co., tenement 40, W. Rutland 

Parsons Carlos M., carpenter, h. 13 Wales 

Parsons Frederick-, laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Parsons Lena Mrs., 1 S. Main, cor. Terrill 

Parsons May L., bookkeeper, Davis & Gay, bds. Park, 

Granger 

Parsons Wm. L., painter, b. Center, eor. Wales 
Partridge Frank U., treasurer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Passoni A., cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Passoni E., cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Patch Etta L. Mrs., dressmaker, bds. 3 Prospect 
Pateb Fred R., foreman, h. South St., Proctor 
Patch George, teamster, b. 12 Gibson ave. 
Patch Joseph L., mechanic, h. 2 East, Proetor 
Patnod Charles, carpenter, h. 121 River 
Patnod Charles L., fireman, bds. 121 River 
Paton John, laborer, h, 7 Marble, West Rutland 
Patrick Geo. W.. teamster, h. Woodstock ave., opp. Stratton 
Patten John, quarry man, Espcranza 

Patten P. II., foreman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Patten Thos., quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Patten Wm., quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Patten Wm., machinist, h. 5 Smith, West Rutland 
Patten Patrick, machinist, h. 5 Smith, West Rutland 
Patterson li. B., ear inspector, h. 10 Nichols 
Patterson Carrie E., milliner, Kilburn *fc Co., 3 Patterson 
Patterson David W., train man, D. & H. R. R., 8 Forest 
Patterson Ed son, Pittsford road, near town line 
Patterson George, engineer, h. 10 Nichols 
Patterson George E., sewing machines, h. 3 Maple 
Patterson H., quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Patterson John C, mill foreman, Proctor 



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Patterson John, marble worker, Ii. 5 T ravers place 

Patterson Win., h. Pleasant st, West Rutland 

Patterson Win., millman, Slieldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Patrick William A„ supt. of Lincoln Iron Works, h. 24 
Cottage 

Patrick W. A., Jr., machinist, Lincoln Iron Works, h. 24 
Cottage 

Paul George W., packer, li. 6 Ripley';; tenement, C. Rutland 

Peabody Chas. E., sealer, Howe Scale Co., ft, 33 Howe 

Pea body Daniel P., Sheriff of Rutland county, office in 
court house, li. 15 Prospect 

Pearsons Fillmore A., machinist, h. 15 Madison 

Pearsons Henry, machinist, h. 54 Washington 

Pearsons L. L., foreman machinist, C. V. It. R. shop (Rutland 
division), h. 65 Washington 

Peck C. M., marble workeiCShcldou Marble Co., W. Rutland 

Peek Gertrude J., milliner, h. 18 Madison 

Peck Mack, marble cutter, ft. 3 Chapel, West Rutland 

Peek Pincns K., mail transfer clerk, h. 18 Madison 

Peel; Samuel A., cigarmaker, h. 18 Madison 

Peek T. Mrs., 18 Madison 

Pecor Frank, mason, h. 18 Green 

Pedraxzi Langi, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Pelkey Alfred, quarry man, True Blue Marble Co. 

Pelkcy Frank, helper, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Pelkey Fred, polisher, True Blue Marble Co. 

Pelkey L., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Pelsue L. S., oh air maker, li. 20 Howe 

Peltier Francis, quarryman, h. 27 Marble, West Rutland 

Pel ton Charles E., bds. 15 School 

Pelton Geo. E. (Pelton Printing Co.), h. 22 Park ave. 

Pelton J. M., clerk, Combination Store, h. 12 Church 

Pelton M. A. Mrs., dressmaker, h. 15 Church 

Pelton Printing Co., book and job printers, 57^ Mer- 
chants Row 

Pelton Walter E. (Pelton Printing Co.), h. 28 Park avc. 

Fenders Bridget, shirt maker, bds. 2 7 Elm 

Fenders Henry, quarryman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Fenders John, marble worker, Sheldon Mar. Co., W, Rutland 

Fenders John, laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

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Fenders John, h. Pleasant street, West Rutland 

Pendleton George, student, bds. 20 Nichols 

Pennington Chas. W., clerk. Van Doom & Tilson, h.21 Park 
ave. 

Pennington John H., machinist, bds. 5 Elm 

Pennington Thomas, machinist, h. 5 Elm 

Pen nock Dnrell, farmer, h, Chittenden road 

Pennock Edmund M., farmer, Ji. Chittenden road 

Pcnnock Hamlin E., farmer, h. Chittenden road 

Ferine Toney, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Perkins Alfred, farmer, h. Chittenden road 

Perkins A. D., photographer, studio S3 Center, commer- 
cial work a specialty, ft, 87 Grove (see adv.) 

Perkins Chas. F., farmer, Chittenden road 

Perkins Clarence O. (E. D. Keyes & Co.), h. 39 N. Main 

Perkins D., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Perkins Frank, carpenter, h. 28 Temple 

Perkins Frank, Jr., carpenter, bds. 28 Temple 

Perkins Hiram, h, 115 West 

Perkins Henry 0., Mrs., h. 25 West 

Perkins James, millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Perkins Mary E., dressmaker, bds. 25 West 

Perkins Merritt C., carpenter, b. 78 N. Main 

Perkins Moses J., real estate, h. 21 Grove 

Perkins Walter B., clerk, with E. D. Keyes & Co., bds. 25 
Grove 

Ferry E., millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Perry C. W. Rev., state geologist, h. 48 West 

Ferry P. W., clerk, F. A. Morse, h. Ross, cor. Clarendon ave. 
West Rutland 

Perry Walter M., clerk, V. M. Co., h. 48 West 

Persaw Alonzo, carpenter, bds. 1C Temple 

Persons W. E., polisher, V. M. Co., bds. West street, Center 
Rutland 

Peruzi H., polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Peryer William, laborer, bds. 83 Woodstock ave. 

Peters David, mason, Sheldon's, ft. 34 Main, West Rutland 

Peters John, section boss, bds, Barnes House, West Rutland 

Peterson A., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Peterson Oa, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

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Peterson Alfred, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Peterson Andrew, employed Y. M. Co., West Rutland 

Peterson August, quarry man, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Peterson C. 11., tiller, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Peterson C. W., saw setter, Y. M. Co., creek road Proctor 

Peterson Emil, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 

Peterson Eric, laborer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Peterson F., quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Peterson Gustavus, quarry man, V. M. Co., tenement 80, West 

Rutland 
Peterson Henry, compositor, bds. 4 Williams 
Peterson John, quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Peterson John P., laborer, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Peterson Juda, quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Peterson Lars, laborer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Peterson O., polisher, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Peterson P. 0., laborer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Pcvcrly Horace L., marble turner, fa, 54 Pino 
Phalen John, bds. 44 Main, West Rutland 
Phalcn Thomas 11., Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Phelps Merritt 0. (Spaulding & Phelps), bds Pates House 
Phillips Albert S., machinist, h. 22 Plain 
Phillips Charles M., car inspector, h. 4 Park 
Phillips CI ark son, car repairer, bds. 71 West 
Phillips D. II., photographer, bds. 5 Park 
Phillips E. A. millman, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Phillips Edward H., slater, bds. 41 State 
Phillips George T., dentist, 55A_ Merchants Row, fa. 4 

Park 
Phillips George W. Rev., pastor of Congregational 

church, h. 16 Court 
Phillips II. C, engineer, h. 86 State 
Phillips II. W., teamster, fa. 5 Park 
Phillips James, fa. Marble at., cor. Main, West Rutland 
Phillips John, photographer, bds. 5 Park 
Phillips Loroy, student Amherst College, h. 16 Court 
Phillips R. A., slater, h. 41 State 
Phipps William 0., fireman, h. 97 S. Main 
Pierce D. C, depot man, D. & II. Canal Co., h, 34 Howe 
Pierce Emma, bds. 73 Center 

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Pierce E. M., picture frames, oil paintings, etc., also job- 
bing and repairing, 42 Center (see adv.) 
Pierce John, clerk, H. S. Co., bds. 16 Prospect 
Pierce Henry C, freight clerk, h. 23 Pine 
Pierce Louie E., clerk, bds. 73 Center 
Pierce Nathan Mrs., h. 73 Center 
Pierce Sarah R. Mrs., h. 13 Madison 
Pierce — , picture frames, bds. 15 Strong's ave. 
Pierpoint Annie E. Miss., h. 40 N. Main 
Pierpoint Block, from 27 to 35 Center, inclusive 
Pierpoint Evelyn, real estate, 29 Center, h. 40 N. Main 
Pierpoint Julia, Miss, b. 12 West 
Pierpoint Susan B. Miss, h. 12 West 
Piersons W. E., polisher, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 
I ictte Gilbert, machinist, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Pike Amos, farmer, h. West Rutland 
Pike Wm, farmer, h. West Rutland 
Pike Erastns, mason, h. 10 Clinton 
Pike May Miss, shirtmaker, bds. 5£ Grove 
Pillin Michael, laborer, h. 38 Plain 

Pilon Felix, stone cutter, h. north of House of Correction 
Pinney Jonathan A., 2 miles above Mill village 
Piper W. G., carpenter, Sheldon's, fa. 10 Smith, W. Rutland 
1 istole Francis, brass worker, h, 8 Howe 
Pistole Frank, Jr., sealer, h. 8 Howe 
Pitkin Sophia Miss, fa. 30 Washington 
Pitts Benjamin, fa. 16 Ripley's tenement, Center Rutland 
Pitts Benj. F., turner, fa. 19 Baxter 
Pitts Charles, chairmaker, h. 103 Granger 
Pitts E. H., carpenter, bds. 19 Summer 
Pitts E. H., carpenter, bds. 20 Chnrcfa 
Pitts George, h. 24 Gibson ave. 

Pitts Rollin, fa. 17 Ripley's tenement, Center Rutland 
Plaistcd Chas. B., traveling agent, h. 19 Washington 
Plant Napoleon, fa. 10 High, West Rutland 
Plumley Charles, laborer, fa. 42 Strongs ave. 
Plummer Charles, carpenter and builder, fa. 58 Tine 
Plnmmer Daniel, carpenter, bds. 4 Pine 
Pocket Carl, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Poland Joseph, carpenter, h. 76 West 



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Pollard B. F., wholesale and retail clothier, gents' furnish 
ings, hats, caps, trunks, robes, horse clothing, etc., Opera 
House block, h. 10 Cottage 
Pollard John H., bookkeeper. Pollard's, bds. 10 Cottage 
Pomeroy Edward, proprietor Of Farmers' Hotel, Evelyn 

street, (see adv.) 
Pond A. S. (Pond's Sphygmograph Co.), h. 20 S. Main 
Pond B. W., farmer, 3 Williams 
Pond E, A. Mrs., residence, 22 S. Main 
Pond E. A., medical student, bds. 22 S. Main 
Pond Edmund M., physician, 9£ Center, h. 22 S. Main 

office hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m., 4 to 5 aud 7 to 8 ?. m. 
Pond Nellie, domestic, Barnes House, West Rutland 
Pond's Sphygmograph Co., office 22 S. Main 
Pooler Amasa, h., 18 Washington (aged 90 years) 
Pooler Seth, insurance, h. 18 Washington 
Poro Frank, laborer, h. 58 Forest 

Poronto E. D., salesman, 47 Merchants Row, h. 48 Church 
Port Albert, laborer, h. Stratton street, near Woodstock ave. 
Porter Marcus, teamster, b, 16 Baxter 
Porter Napoleon, mason, h. 46 S. Main 

Post J. E., manufacturer of Richardson's carbonized sewer 
and drain pipe, factory, Post street, h. 34 West (see adv.) 
Potter Douglas, blacksmith, h. 8 Willow 
Potter Egbert. A., printer, bds. 39 Wales 
Potter Geo. W., carpenter, b. 19 Woodstock ave. 
Potter Hiram, teamster, bds. 12 High, West Rutland 
Potter Ida M., dressmaker, bds. 39 Wales 
Potter Lewis, printer, bds. 8 Willow 
Potter Libbie, 39 Wales 
Potter Wm. A., h. 9 Elm, West Rutland 
Poulin Ohas. (Gosselin & Poulin), li. 8 West 
Foulin Fred., quarryman, bds. Proctor street, West Rutland 
Ponlin Henry, shoemaker, h. Proctor street, West Rutland 
Poulin Joseph, quarryman, bds. Proctor st, West Rutland 
Poulin Joseph, carpenter, h. 31 West 
Poulin Peter, mechanic, h. 31 West 
Powderly Maggie, domestic, 107 S. Main 
Powers A. C, farmer, h. 62 North, Proctor 
Powers Benjamin, laborer, bds. 29 S. Main 

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Powers Byron S., farmer, Pittsford road, Proctor 

Powers Daniel, marble worker, Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 

Powers Ed., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Cj., W. Rutland 

Powers Harry P., civil engineer, b. Proctor 

Powers Uettie, employed Bates House 

Powers Jane, Mrs., widow, 3 Pine, Proctor 

Powers John, h. 61 Sheldon's tenement, Pleasant, W. Rutland 

Powers John W. Mrs., dressmaker, 49 Center 

Powers L. M. Miss, h. Proctor village 

Powers Jane Miss, h. Proctor village 

Powers Mary J. Mrs., Ii. 25£ Merchants Row 

Powers Michael, millman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 

Powers Nellie, domestic, 3 Cottage 

Powers Nellie Mrs., 61 Sheldon's tenement, West Rutland 

Pratt Albert L., mechanic, Ii. 99 Grove 

Pratt Albert, engineer, C. Y. R. R., h. IS Summer 

Pratt Alonzo, blacksmith, h. 27 Plain 

Pratt Alexander, engineer, h. 18 Howe 

Pratt Bradley, carpenter, h. 81 Church 

Pratt C. Henry, engineer, h. 18 Pine, cor. State 

Pratt Edna H., teacher, bds. 20 School 

Pratt Elizabeth, widow Moses, h. 5 Church 

Pratt Eugene O., carpenter, h. 16 Meadow 

Pratt Fred. W., clerk, C. Y. R. R., h. 18 Summer 

Pratt George, draughtsman, bds. 18 Pine 

Pratt Giles, mechanic, h. S. Main, below R. R. 

Pratt Guy W., plumber, bds. 11 Gibson ave. 

Pratt Henry, h. 3 Ripley's tenement. Center Rutland 

Pratt Jessie Miss, h. 28 S. Main 

Pratt John, engineer, h. 20 School 

Pratt O. F., bds. 16 Meadow 

Pratt Warren, horseshoer, 53 Strongs ave., h. Plain, cor. 

Spruce 
Pratt Sanford A., carpenter, h. 11 Gibson ave. 
Pratt William W., clerk, Higgius & Hyde, h. 18 Pine 
Pratt Wright, teamster, h. 10 Forest 
Predam Charles, blacksmith, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Premo Antoine, milk dealer, h. Mill village 
Pretno Levi A., Mill village 



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and blacksmith, Wales, cor. Willow, h. Mill village 
Prcnovonst Jos., machine runner, V. M. Co., tenement 43, 

West Rutland 
Prentiss Albert M., brakeman, bds. 33 Howe 
Preston 0. C. Mrs., h. 4 Pearl 
Preston F. J., jeweler, V. M. Co.'s store, Proctor 
Prevcy John B., marble worker, li. 14 Mineral 
Provost Alice Miss, clerk, 1 Merchants Row, h. C. Rutland 
Priest Allie J., domestic, 4 Main, West Rutland 
Prior Henry, farmer, h. N. Main, near ice house 
Prior Hiram, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Prior William, laborer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Proctor Fletcher D., superintendent of Vermont Marble 

Co., office and residence, Proctor 
Proctor Redfield, president Y. M. Co., and Secretary of 

War, residence, Proctor 
Proulx Mary, housekeeper, 6 Lincoln ave. 
Proulx N. Rev., rector French Catholic Church, h. 6 Lin- 
coln ave, near Grant ave. 
Prout John, lawyer, h. 1) Cottage 
Pront Mary S., bds. 9 Cottage 
Front y Fred E., watchman, bds. 18 Plain 
Protity L. S., h. 18 Plain 
Provo Fred, blacksmith, h. Mill village 
Provost Antoine, road to Proctor, Center Rutland 
Provost Frank A., at V. M. Co., h. west creek rd., C. Rutland 
Pryor Frankie, sliirtmaker, bds. 7 Willow 
Purcell John 1st, polisher, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Parcel 1 Kate, dressmaker, 42 Center, bds. 73 Forest 
Purcell M. A. Miss, milliner, 9 Main, West Rutland 
Pureed Maria J., domestic, 20 Court 
Purcell Patrick, boxer, h. West street, Center Rutland 
Purcell Ed., boxer, h. West street, Center Rutland 
Purdon Thos. H. Rev,, h. 40 Kendall ave. 
Puryea Andrew, h. 62 Temple 
Puryea Heman, teamster, h. TO N. Main 
Puryea Henry, laborer, b, Woodstock ave., beyond 84 
Puryea Peter, teamster, h. 00 Temple 
Puryea William, b. Woodstock ave., beyond 84 



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Putnam John, brakeman, fa. 1 State 

Putnam J. H., oculist and aurist, h. 15 Washington 

1 utnam James M. Mrs., h. 16 AVaebington 

Putnam S. G. Mrs., h. iy Park ave. 

Putnam John A., freight clerk, fa. 12 Park ave. 

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Qtligley Charles, dealer in Chicago dressed faeef, veal 
lamb, mutton, sausage, pork, poultry and deer, 38 Wales' 

UUIgley C. T., toreman Ripley Sons, b. 21 Baxter 

Qmgley John, h. 21 Baxter 

Quigley Lizzie, bds. 21 Baxter 

Quigley Thos., marble worker, Sheldon Mar. Co., W.Rutland 

Qmgley Thos., bds. 12 Evelyn 

Quilty Eliza, bds. 66 State 

Qailty Luke, tailor, 1,. Cheney block, 23 Strongs ave 

Qiimlan Mary Miss, employed at Bates House' 

Qum an Matthew Mrs., h. 59 Main, West Rutland 

Qmnlan William, stone cutter, h. 82 Forest 

Qninn Edward., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., fa. Clarendon 
road, West Rutland 

Quinn Frank J., h. 24 Washington 

Quinn James, lireman, h. 10 High, West Rutland 

Quinn John, quarryman, bds. 1 11 River 

Quinn John B., h. 24 Washington 

UUinn M., capitalist, h. 24 Washington 

Quinn Stephen, employed at Barker's livery, 22 Center 

Quirk Edward, marble worker, h. 9 Harrison ave. 

Rafferty Jofan, cutter, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Ramville Arthur, printer, Worden's, h. Pine, cor. West 
Ruin vi lie Frank P., ehairmaker, bds. 76 West 
Ramville Paul Mis., tailoress, h. 76 West 

Raleigh John, quarryman, Sheldon's, Clarendon road, West 
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Raleigh John B., foreman, fa. 7 Sm ith, West Rutland 

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Raleigh John, Jr., marble worker, Clarendon nve., W. Rutland 
Raleigh Richard M., machinist, Y. M. Co., h. Clarendon ave,, 

West Rutland 
Randall, J. J- R. s architect and civil engineer, bds. Bardwcll 

House 
Randall H. E., laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Ranger Blanche, waiter, Farmers Hotel 
Ranger Lizzie, chambermaid, Farmers Hotel 
Rankine T., domestic bakery, 33 Center, h. 40 Center (see 

adv.) 
Ratti Cesare, cutter, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Raviola A., polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Rawley Richard, saw setter, Esperanza, h. West Rutland 
Rawson A. A. Mrs., millinery, 32 Wales, bds. 35 Wales 

(see adv.) 
Rawson David, laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Raymond Frank, at V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Raymond Fred, at V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Raymond Fred S., teamster, b. Clarendon ave., W. Rutland 
Raymond Lewis C, farmer, h. west Creek road, Center Rutland 
Raymond Maxim e, mechanic, h. off head of Green 
Ready Bridget, domestic, 43 Grove 

Ready Michael, employed Columbian Marble Co., Proctor 
Ready Michael, moulder, h. 60 S. Main 
Ready Patrick, laborer, h. 20 Strongs ave 
Reardon Daniel, butcher, Gosselin & Poulin, bds. 28 Strongs 

ave 
Reardon John J., mechanic, bds. 28 Strongs avo ■ 
Reardon Owen Mrs., li. 104 River 

Reardon John C, printer, The Tattle Co., h. 104 River 
Reardon Timothy A., machinist, h. 104 River 
Reardon Win., at water works, h. 41 Brown 
Redington Lyman W., lawyer and president of New 

England Fire Ins. Co., h. North st. 
Reed Albert A., marble worker, bds. 29 Church 
Reed Augustus, truckman, h. S. Main, below fair ground 
Reed Chas., city express and jobber, h 12 Mineral 
Reed C, millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Reed C. D., h. 1 High, West Rutland 
Reed Daniel, conductor, C. V. R. R-, bds. 100 Forest 

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CAIN IN ASSETS, 1888, SI, 198,358.21. 

Reed Daniel, h. Pleasant St., West Rutland 

Reed Edward, h, near Boardman hill, West Rutland 

Reed Mead, bagga gem sister, O. V. R. R., h. 107 Forest 

Reed R., millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Reed S. D,, teamster, h. 12 Howe 

Reed Elmer E., teamster, h. 9 Elm, West Rutland 

Reed Emily Mrs., h. 11 West 

Reed E., millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Reed George II., master mechanic D. & II. , h. 13 Baxter 

Reed James D., h. 30 Clarendon ave., West Rutland 

Reed Gideon, laborer, h. 50 Green 

Cieed II cm an B., h. North Main, near ice house 

Reed James M., h. Boardman hill, West Rutland 

Reed Leroy, millman, Sheldon Marble Co., h. Pleasant, West 

Rutland 
Reedy Charles, clerk, 23 Merchants Row, bds. 3 Wales 
Reese Chas. A. Rev., pastor of Baptist church, h. 33 Wash- 
ington 
Reilley Tom., foreman, bds. Barnes House, West Rutland 
Remington John H., auctioneer and real estate, h. 20 Grove 
Rosseguie Alexander, carpenter, h. 21 Pine 
Resseguic Elbert, painter, bds, 21 Pine 

Review Co., publishers of Daily, Weekly and Sunday Tele- 
gram, 50 Center (see adv.) 
Reynolds Bradley A., h. creek road, Proctor 
Reynolds Delia Mrs., h. 98 West 
Reynolds Edward, teamster, 7 Cramton ave. 
Reynolds Edward P., mechanic, h. 18 Wales 
Reynolds E. F. Mrs., bds. 27 Crescent street hill 
Reynolds Edward L., engineer, Bardillo, h. 15 Pine 
Reynolds Emily M., bds. 39 Crescent 
Reynolds Geo. B,, creek road, Proctor 
Reynolds George, bds. 12 High, West Rutland 
Reynolds Hannibal, creek road, Proctor 
Reynolds James, cooper, bds. 12 Evelyn 
Reynolds James, quarry man, Y, M. Co., Proctor 
Reynolds J. B,, pros. Valido Marble Co., h. 58 Center 
Reynolds Morris, farmer, h. South St., Proctor 
Reynolds Wm. W., supt. Howe Scale Co., h. 7 Prospect 



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Reynolds Guy H., onyx works, 18 and 20 Wales, h. 84 

Center (see adv.) 
Rice Almon, farmer, h. crock road, Rutland Valley 
Rice Byron H., printer, The Tattle Co., h. 22 II owe 
Rice Christopher, h. bead of Evergreen 
Riee Elisabeth Miss, tailoress, h. Howe at., cor. Union 
Rice Francis W., florist, bds. test 66 Forest 
Rice Geo. L., law student with Judge Biuret* 
Riee Hopton C, laborer, h. 74 S. Main 
Rice James, employed by Wm.H. Dun ton 
Riee John, mill man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Riee John, sawyer, h. IS Barnes, West Rutland 
Rice John T., clerk, bds. 18 Barnes, West Rutland 
Rice Joseph, gardener, bds. 89 Forest 
Riee Margaret Miss, h. 02 Forest 
Riee Michael, gardener, h. Proctor 
Rice Michael, quarry man, V. M. Co., Procter 
Rice Minnie Miss, employed at Bates House 
Riee Moses S., car builder, h. 22 Howe 
Rice Pat, polisher, h. 25 Barnes, West Rutland 

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Riee Thos. F,, clerk, Brown & Co., Barnes st, West Rutland 

Rice Warren R., wood turner and banjoist, bds. 22 Howe 

Rice William, florist, h. rear of 66 Forest 

Richard T. George, tailor, at 38 Center 

Richard Joseph, teamster, h. Main st.. West Rutland 

Richardson C. F., h. 22 Grove 

Richardson, Fred. II., h, 22 Grove 

Richardson Ceorge, livery, hoarding and sale stable and 

carnage repository, 32 and 34 Center, h. 15 Grant ave. 

(see adv.) 
Richardson Geo. E., h, 8 Prospect 
Richardson Henry W., livery, hoarding and sale stable, 

Willow, cor. Wales, h. 15 Grant ave. (see adv.) 
Richardson, J". K. Rev., h. Lincoln ave., near Grant ave. 
Richardson John S., foreman, b. 3 Gibson ave. 
Richardson Mark F., machinist, h. 5 Royee 
Richardson Mark S. Mrs., h. 5 Royee 
Richmond R. L., drug clerk, V. M. Co.'s store, Proctor 
Richmond Willis II., municipal bonds and iirst mortgages on 

improved farms or city property in Kansas and vicinity. 

Principal and interest guaranteed, Cfiiee at House of 

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Rickett G. W., rnillman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Ricks Kate Mrs., h. 69 H. Main 
Ricks Mary, shirtmaker, bds. 69 S. Main 
Rider N. F., clerk, h. Court Square 
Rkllon E. F., traveling agent, h. 13 Pine 
Riclle A., marble worker, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Rielle Alexander, marble cutter and leader of Rielle's 

orchestra, h. 22 Union (see adv.) 
Rielle Frank A,, marble worker, h. 22 Union 
Riley Anna Miss, tailoress, 66 Wales 
Riley Bridget Mrs., widow, h. 43 Green 
Riley J., finisher, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Riley James, marble worker, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Riley James, millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Riley James, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Riley Lizzie, bds. 39 Wales 

Riley M., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Riley R., millman, Siicldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

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Riley Thos., marble worker, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Riley Thomas, sawyer, V. M. Co., h. West at., Center Rutland 
Riley Thos. 2d, machine runner, V. M. Co., tenement 29, 

West Rutland 
Riley Thos. P., employed V, M. Co., Center Rutland 
Riley Wm., moulder, b. 43 Green 

Rims Patrick, quarry man, Sheldon Mar hie Co., West Rutland 
Rinti Thos., millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Ripley Chas. E., student, Boston, h. 42 West 
Ripley Edward II. (Ripley Sons), resides in Mendon 
Ripley Janet W., bds. 42 West 
Ripley Thos. E., trav. agent, II. S. 
Ripley Wm. T., h. West St., Center 
Ripley W. Y. W. (Ripley Sons), h 

Rivers A., quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Rivers X., Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Rix John J., asst. pressman, Herald, bds. 69 S. 
Roaeh David, carpenter, h. S3 Maple 
Roach John, h. Main, cor. Ross, West Rutland 
Roaeh John, polisher, True Blue Marble Co. 
Roaeh William, h. 32 Baxter 
Robbins Arthur B., ehairmaker, h. 9 Nichols 
Robbing Elsie V., teacher, bds. 9 Nichols 
Robbins Frank O, civil engineer, h. 47 S. Main 
Robbins George E., mechanic, h. 26 Union 



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H. Baxter's stock farm 
Robideau Louis, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Robillard Andrew, broommaker, h. 21 Williams 

Robinson Charles E., depot agent D. & II. R. R, bds. 

West st., Center Rutland 
Robinson Chas. L., bookkeeper, h. 16 Nichols 
Robinson Ezra A., mechanic, h. 51 Pine 

Robinson F, L., quarry man, Sbeldon Marble Co., W, Rutland 
Robinson Frank P., bookkeeper, h. 34 Howe 
Robinson Fred M., clerk, F. C. Houghton, bds. 35 S. Main 

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Robinson Ceo. C, supt. Vt. M. Co., bds. Brown, cor. Smith, 

West Rutland 
Robinson Harvey Mrs., confectionery, ice cream, etc, 12 

Washington 
Robinson Henry J., tailor, bds. 7 Howe 
Robinson J. E. & Co., dealers in general merchandise, 

furniture, carpets, stoves and ranges, Main st., Center 

Rutland 
Robinson Jacob E. {J. E. Robinson & Co.), li. Center Rutland 
Robinson John T., bookkeeper for J. E. Robinson & Co., bds. 

West St., Center Rutland 
Robinson Oscar Mrs., h. 19 Park ave. 
Roeche A., Gutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Rochester Clothing Co., 32 Merchants Row {see adv.) 
Rock Chas., polisher, V. M, Co., Proctor 
Rock Edward A., foreman machinist, Lincoln Iron Works, h. 

5 Williams ■ 
Rock wood Henry, fireman, bds. 12 Park 
Roddy Anna, domestic, 21 Madison 
Roddy J., finisher, Sheldon Marble Co. West Rutland 
Roddy James, machine man, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Roddy John, sawyer, V. M. Co., tenement 76, West Rutland 
Roddy P. F., time keeper, V. M. Co., bds. West St., Center 

Rutland 
Rogers E. R., butcher, h. 5 Ross, West Rutland 
Rogers John, farmer, h. N- Main, beyond ice house 
Rohan Martin C, cutter, V. M. Co, Proctor 
Rooney Agnes, employed Bard well House 
Rooney Bridget, employed Bardwell House 
Rooney John, boss filler, Esperanza, h. Center Rutland 
Rooney John, employed V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Rooney John Mrs., h. West street, Center Rutland 
Rooney Maggie, laundry, at Bardwell House 
Rooney M. J., foreman, onyx works, h. 17 Church 
Rooney Phil,, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Rooney Wm., laborer, bds. Union 1 louse 
Root Edward L., salesman, Bardy & Babbitt, h. 8 Maple 
Root Geo., sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Root Isaac, sawyer, "V , M. Co., Proctor 
Root Joseph, quarryman, V. M. Co., Proctor 



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Root Lizzie, bds. 93 Granger 

Root Mary June Mrs., h. 20 Forest 

Roseoe Fred, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Rose Frank II., confectioner, h. 5 Wales 

Rose Harry H., lawyer, h. 21 Madison 

Ross Augustus, engineer, Shirt Factory, li. 17 Howe 

Ross Bessie, saleslady, Geo. E. Chalmers, bds. 35 8. Main 

ROSS Bros., dry and fancy goods, 33 Merchants Row 

ROSS C. B., physician and surgeon, office hours' 12 to .2 and 

6 to 8 r. w,, li. 12 Main 
Ross Carrie Miss, bds. 64 River 
Ross Clias. A., pliotographor, bds. 10 "West 
ROSS Chas. E., dry and fancy goods and agent Buttcriok's 

patterns, Opera House block, b, 15 S. Main (see adv. on 

front colored leaf) 
Ross Crawford D., machinist, b. 35 8. Main 
ROSS Cornelie C, iissr - s«pt- Lincoln Iron Works, h. 1G 

Fro spec t 
Ross Edward V., accountant, Howe Scale Co., b. 56 Church 
Ross G, O, invoicer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
ROSS Ceo. W., surveyor and civil engineer, also notary 

public, h. 2 Michols (see adv.) 
Ross Geo. W. {Ross Bros.), h. 1 Cottage 
Ross Harry R., clerk, Rutland Ba/.aar, bds. 35 S. Main 
Ross John W. (Ross Bros.), h. 11 Prospect 
Ross Lena Miss, cashier, F. 0. Houghton, bds. 35 S. Main 
Ross Nancy A. Mrs., h. 9 Park ave. 
Ross Nellie H., bds. 9 Park ave. 
Ross Robert, bookkeeper at Herald office 
Ross Vina A. Miss, h. 16 S. Main 
Ross Wallace A., brakeinau, b. Forest st. 
Ross Warren E., fine boots and shoes, 3 Merchants How, 

h. 44 West, cor. Cottage (see adv.) 
Ross Willard, farmer, h. Clarendon ave. cor. Ross, W.Rutland 
Ross Willis M., student, bds. 56 Church 
Ross Wm., quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Rosseel J. R., pressman, Pel ton Printing Co., h. 52£ Center 
Round Jennie A. Miss, at 23 Evelyn 
Rounds James P., dining hall, 8 Merchants Row 
Rounds Joseph, marble tracer, h. 100 River 

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Rourke James, quarryman, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Rourke John, laboier, h. 38 Spilt]] 

Rourke Michael, employed Columbian Marble Co., Proctor 

Rourke Patrick, milhnan, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 

Rourke Wm., ipiarrymau, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 

Routier Edmond, cooper, li. 21 Maple 

Rowe Clara S. Mrs., h. 17 Elm 

Rowc Lizzie, shirtmaker, bds. 28 Maple 

Rowe Reucl S., painter, bds, 79 Church 

Rowe William, witter, h. 53 Forest 

Rowel 1 Chas. A,, mason and builder, b. Burnham ave. 

Rowell Geo. M., bds. 15 Gibson ave. 

Rowel 1 Hal leek (M. O. Kelly & Co.), h. 87 State 

Rowell Herbert C, real estate, h. 45 Grove 

Rowell John S., mason, h. 15 Gibson ave. 

Rowell John S., Jr., trav. agtmt, bds. 15 Gibson ave. 

Roy Gcorgie Miss, shirtmaker, bds. Baxter, cor. Maple 

Roy John, book agent, h. 37 Marble, West Rutland 

Roy Joseph, ehairmaker, h. 39 Maple 

Roy Peter, ehairmaker, h. 3!) Maple 

Royce Ceo. B., secretary Steam Stone Cutter Co and 

True Blue Marble Co., h. 15 Grove 
Royce Geo. E., treasurer Steam Stone Cutter Co. and True 

Blue Marble Co., h. 15 Grove. 
Royce Henrietta C, teacher, bds. 14 Cottage 
Roys Hat tie L. Miss, artist, studio h. 33 S. Main 
Roys L. E., civil engineer ami bridge master, C. V. It. R. 

(Rutland division), office in depot, h. 33 S. Main 
Rnanc George C, Center Rutland 
Ruane John, saw setter, Espcianza, West Rutland 
Ruane John, h. Center Rutland 
Ruane John J,, general foreman of mill and works, h. 8 

Bsraesj West Rutland 
Ruell Fred., saw setter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
liuffina G., stone cutter, bds. Barnes House, West Rutland 
Ru fling B., marble worker, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Ruggles Belle, teacher, bds. 32 Washington 
Buggies Clara J., bds. 13 Madison 
Ruggles Elsa, milliner, L. A. Smith, bde. 27 Brown 
Ruggles Gershom C. Mrs., h. 13 Madison 



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Ruggles John L., milk dealer, h. 27 Blown 

Rushford John, scale iaaker, bds. 12 Pine 

Rnso Alfred, painter, h. 64 Forest 

Ruso Alfred, Jr., painter, Howe Scale Co., h. 5 Lafayette 

Russell Alvin J., farmer, h. north of Mill village 

Russet! Geo. L., saw *nci grist mill, h. Mill village 

Russell George E., builder, h. 22 Summer 

Russell Geo. P., elerk and undertaker for L. G. Kingsley, h. 

& Woodstock ave. 
Russell James, h. 3 Grant ave. 
RtissclL James, town liquor agent, bds. 32 Grove 
Russell Joseph, quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Russell P.. engineer, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Russell Raymond, h. Main street, Mill village 
Rust Benjamin, janitor, Clement's, h. 56 Pine 
Rust Henry, trav. agent, h. 39 S. Main 
Rust Lucinda Mrs., h. 39 S. Main 
Rutland Bazaar, Mereure & Co., proprietors, 51 Merchants 

Row (see adv.) 
Rutland Boiler Works, West, cor. Forest 
Rutland Cheese Factory Co., F. O. address, Rutland 

Rutland Co. National Bank, 24 Merchants Row 

Rutland Cracker Co., 2 Evelyn 

Rutland Creamery, dealers in milk, cream, butter, eggs 

and ice cream, 57 West (see adv.) 
Rutland Electric Light Co., office, Savings Bank building 
Rutland Foundry &. Machine Shop Co., Pomace st. 

Rutland Free Library, Memorial Hall, West street 

Rutland Herald & Globe Association (*ce adv.) 

Rutland Music Hull, cor. Center and Wales 

Rutland Railroad Co.'s office, in depot 

Rutland Savings Bank, Merchants Row, cor. Center 

Rutland Custom Shirt Co., 43 River 

Rutland Street Railroad Co., office and stables at 60 State 

Rutland Trust Co., 53 Merchants Row 

Ryan Mary, domestic, 19 Cottage 

Ryan Dennis, coper, V. M. Co., West street, Center Rutland 

Ryan Dennis M., shipper, V. M. Co., West street, Center 

Rutland 
Ryan Ed., polisher, 2 Ripley's tenement, Center Rutland 

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Ryan Ella M., music teacher, bds. 14 Grove 

Ryan Henry II., piano tuner, h. 1 State 

Ryan John, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Ryan John, elerk for Chas. Steins & Co.,31 Merchants Row 

Ryan John P., stone cutter, h. 3 Travcrs place 

Ryan John, h. Center Rutland 

Ryan Win., h. Center Rutland 

Ryan Josie, employed at 41 Center 

Ryan Katie Mrs., h. 7l£tatc 

Ryan Lizzie, bds. 17 Church 

Ryan Lizzie, shirtmaker, bds. .88 River 

Ryan Maggie, shirtmaker, bds. 88 River 

Ryan Matthew A., tinsmith, h. S8 River 

Ryan Mary Mrs., 26 Main, West Rutland 

Ryan Mary Mrs,, h. 41) South 

Ryan Michael, quarryman, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Ryan Michael, polisher, h. 11 Ripley's tenement, C. Rutland 

Ryan Nathaniel, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W, Rutland 

Ryan Nora, domestic, 32 Grove 

Ryan Patrick, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 

Ryan Patrick S., h. j4 Grove 

Ryan Richard, clerk, Kingsley's, h. 71 State 

Ryan Timothy, h. 57 Main, West Rutland 

Ryan William, clerk, Keyes & Co., h. 1 Wales 

Ryan William, laborer, h. 5 Pearl 

Ryan William, quarryman, h. Pleasant, West Rutland 

Ryan Win. H., stone cutter, h. West st., Center Rutland 



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Edwin F., h. 14 Park 
Frank J., clerk, h. 10 Summer 
George E., laborer, h. 3 Howe 

Chas. W., foreman machinist, Steam Stone Cutter Co., 
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Safford Frank G,, student, high sehod, b<ls. 12 State 

Sago Edward, brake-man, h. Center Ku timid 

Sa<*c James, Jr., brakeman, It. West street, Center Rutland 

Sage Win., tracer, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Salmon Bridget, domestic, Center, cor. Court 

Salter Thos., millmau, V. M. Co., h. tenement 7, W. Rutland 

Sammon Cornelius, fa. 12 Ripley's tenement, Center Rutland 

Mammon Edward, polisher, bds. 67 Forest 

Sanimon John, stone cutter, h. 14 Ripley's tenement, Center 

Rutland 
Sanimon Katie, domestic, 15 S. Main 
Sam in on Michael, laborer, bds. 116 West 
Sanimon Nellie, shirtinaker, bds. 116 West 
Sammon William, polislier, V. M. Co., Ji, 110 West 
Sampson T., stone cutter, li. 6 High, West Rutland 
Sampson William, bds. 36 Grove 
Samson F. li. Mrs., bds. Park, opp. Granger 
Samson T., finisher, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Sanborn G. R., honxeopathic physician, li. 14 Cottage 
Sandberg J. W., h. 5 Marble, West Rutland 
Sanders Andrew L., macbinist, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Sanders John D., brakeman, C. V. R. R., bds. 35 Wales 
Sanderson Fred, photographer, bds. 38 Washington 
Sanderson Mary, domestic, 21 Madison 
San ford John A., salesman, h. 45 Ehn 
Sang Lung Co., laundry, 61 Center . 
Santwirc Isidore, scale maker, h. 40 Woodstock are. 
Santwirc Nelson, h. 58 Temple 
Sargcant Willie L., stndent, high school, h. 34 State 
Sargcant Wm. 11., millwright and builder, h. 34 State 
Sargent Charles, painter, h. 50 Temple 
Sargent Chas., moulder, fa. G Park 

Sargent Edward, quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Sargent Edward, employed at Main, cor. Clarendon avc., W. 

Rutland 
Sargent Geo. D., farmer, P. O address Rutland 
Sargent Harry, clerk, Rutland Creamery, 57 West 
Satchwell Chas., tiller, V. M. Co., creek road, Rutland Valley 
Satehwell M., laundry at Bardwcll House 
Savory E. A., machinist, fa. 10 Maple 



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Sawyer, A. II. Mrs., h. over Keycs' store 
Sawyer Alex., h. 11 Elm, West Rutland 
Sawyer E. A. Mrs., h. 33 Howe 
Sawyer Geo. E., marble denier, fa. 14 West 
Sawyer H. A. & Co., jobbers in stationery, blank books, 
school books, wrapping paper, woodenware, etc., etc., 59 
Merchants Row, opp. depot 
Sawyer Henry A. (II. A. Sawyer & Co.), fa. 10 Washington 
Sawyer James P., clerk, II. A. Sawyer <fc Co., bds. 16 Wash- 
ington 
Sawyer Katie, bds. 153 West 

Sawyer Miles S., clerk, II. A, Sawyer & Co., bds. 16 Wash- 
ington 
Sawyer Palmer S., h. 10 Maple 
Seal ley John, gardener, 59 S. Main 
Sean Ion Patrick Mrs., I), 52 South 
Schell F. M. (D. D. S.}, dentist, 2 Merchants Row, li 

Grove 

Schneider Fred., hds. 25 Meadow 
Schneider Julius, carpenter, h. 25 Meadow 
Scliryver P. C. (Rutland Custom Sbirt Co.), bds. 64 Washing 

ton 
Scliryver William H., foreman, boiler shop, C. V. R. 

Rutland division, h. 64 Washington 
Sfanltz Geo., cutter, Eisig & Co., hds, Berwick House 
Schwa TZ Louis, practical cutter and tailor, 69 Oente 

14 Williams 

Schweizor Samuel, creek road to Proctor, Center Rutland 
Scott Harriet Mrs., h. West street, Center Rutland 
Sc:itt L. B., general secretary Y. M. C. A., li. 41 S. Main 
Scott Warren D., laborer, fa. 22 S. Main 
Scott Walter W., trav. agent, Sawyer & Co., fa, 3 Prospect 
Scott William H., blacksmith, li. Clarendon road, W. Rutland 
Scovill Albert, h. 16 Ripley's tenement, Center Rutland 
Scoville Erastus E., engineer, 30 State 
Seoville Geo., fireman, h. 153 West 
Scribner El id a Mrs., h. creek road, Center Rutland 
Scriven John, railroad man, h. 15 Washington 
Scidlcy, Edward, baggage master, B. & R, rooms 17 Wales 
Scully John, hds. West street, Center Rutland 

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Seal John, brakoman, bds. 7 Terrill 

Seamans Edward, clerk, Carpenter & Oo., bds. Bard well House 

Seamans Josiah E., cheese maker, ]i. Clarendon road, West 

Rutland 
Seamans JuMus, proprietor Central House, 53 West, h. 

52 Strongs ave 
Sc aides Edgar B., bookkeeper, bds. 6 Nichols 
Sea ton D., quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Seaton Jeanettc, h. 12 High, West Rutland 
Seaton Maggie, bds, 12 High, West Rutland 
Seaver Anna M. Mrs., 1). 46 N. Main (aged 82 years) 
Seaver Emily Miss, h. 46 N. Main 

Seaver P. H., bookkeeper, Lincoln Iron Works, hds. 28 West 
Scavey George, h. 17 Maple 

Scff Samuel, linishcr, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Serf Wm. T., watchmaker, Elm st., W. Rutland 
Soger Alonzo, h. 22 Main, W. Rutland 
Soger Lon, millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Segor W. R., finisher, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Sogers John, finisher, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Segnin L., clerk, 60 Marble, h. 11 Elm, West Rutland 
Semple Wm. P., foundryman, bds. 8 Elm 
Senecal E. E., qnarryman, True Bine Marble Co. 
Senecal H., millman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Senecal Joseph, moulder, bds. Farmers Hotel 
Senton Benjamin C, physician and surgeon, office 48 

Wales, eor. Washington 
Sessions William, clerk, J. E. Robinson & Co., bds. West st, 

Center Rutland 
Severn ie Ed,, qnarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Severn io David, qnarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Sevigny Samuel, blacksmith, V. M, Co., tenement 61, West 

Rutland 
Seward Edward, farmer, h. head of Woodstoek ave. 
Seward Henry E., h. off head of Woodstock ave. 
Seward Horace, barn boss, li. head of AY ood stock ave. 
Seward Ira F., laborer, h. 42 Center . 
Seward Wm. H., employed by V". M. Co., Center Rutland 
Seymour B. W., h. 58 Main, West Rutland 



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Seymour Emma, shirtmaker, bds. 7 Willow 
Seymour L. P. Miss, bds. 27 Washington 

Shogren Ida, domestic, 20 Nichols 

Shalvy William Mrs. h. 47 Green 

Shangraw Louis Mrs., dressmaker, 

Shangraw Win., engineer, Valido, 
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Shannahun Hugh, qnarryman, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Shan nab an Michael, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Shannon John, laborer, h. 50 Granger 

Shappey Med or, painter, h. 5 Gibson ave. 

Sharp John, laborer, V. M. Co., Proetor 

Sharp John, marble worker, li. IB* Center 

Sharp John, stenographer, V. M. Co., Proetor 

Sharp Richard, farmer, old | line road 

Sharp William, farmer, old 4. line road 

Shattuck Fred M., employed Bard well House livcrv 

Shaw Ed. W., fireman, h. Cold river road 

Shaw F. R. ; express driver, bds. 15 Strongs ave. 

Shaw Lucy J., widow Fred. A., h. 5J Grove 

Shaw Rodney E., clerk, h. 5^ Grove 

Shaw Tully D., manager Western Union telegraph offiee, 
office in Union depot, h. 23 S. Main 

Shaw Walter A. Mrs., h. 14 Park 

Shaw Wilbur C, laborer, li. 5£ Grove 

Shears Broc R., bookkeeper, Rutland County National bank 
Shcdd C. D., earpentcr, h. West st., Center Rutland 
Shedd Elmer E., at Lyon's bakery, bds. Fanners Hotel 
Shcdd F. W. (F. W. Shedd & Son), h. 24 State 
Shedd Frank D. (F. W. Shedd & Son), h. West st., C. Rutland 
Shedd F. W. & Son, general store, Center Rutland 
Sheehati Jeremiah, qnarryman, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Sheehan John, fireman, C. V. R. R., bds. 17 Franklin 
Sheehau Patrick, engineer, bds. 5 Pine 
Shelby Mary Mrs., h. 28 Brown 

Sheldon A, E., finisher, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Sheldon Augustus E., bds. 8 N. Main 
Sheldon Chas. A., student, bds. 8 N. Main 
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Sheldon Charles 11., vice-president Sheldon Marble Co., h. 20 

Nichols 
Sheldon George (Wheeler & Sheldon), h. 49 Elm 
Sheldon Henry F., ironer, bds. 15 Elm ■ 
Sheldon Jul in A., tresa. Sheldon Marble Co., h. 8 N. Main 
Sheldon Marble Co., wholesale and retail dealers in block 

and sawed marble, West Rutland (see back cover) 
Sheldon Mary H„ bds, 8 N. Main 
Sheldon W. K., secretary and manager Sheldon Marble Co., 

h. Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Shepard Albert, marble polisher, h. 41 State 
Shepard U. P« Oscar, polisher. Onyx works, h. 31 Pine 
Shepard David, h. crock road, Center Rutland 
Shepard Edward M., machinist, Sheldon's, h. 8 Clarendon 

ave., West Rutland 
Shepard E. W., machinist, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Shepard George, polisher, V, M. Co., Proctor 
Shepard J., finisher, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Shepard John JL, h. Wood ward ville, West Rutland 
Sherburne Wm. H„ atrpt. saw mill, Harris MTg Co., h. 10 

Elm 
Sherburne Mr., earponter, h. J line road, near tuwn limits 



Sheridan Burtloy, quarryman, V. 
Rutland 



M. Co., h. tenement 4, West 



Sheridan 11., finisher, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Sheridan John, finisher, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Sheridan John J., marble polisher, h. 126 West 

Sheridan Katie, domestic,' 43 Grove 

Sheridan Martin B. T meat market, 1 West, cor. Main, b. 

Harrington ave. (see adv.) 
Sheridan Michael Mrs., h. 130 West 

Sheridan W., tinisher, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Sheridan Stephen, sawyer, b. I'M West 
Sheridan Wm., polisher, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Sherman C. H., contractor, li. Pleasant street, West Rutland 
Sherman Ira, finisher, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Sherman I. W., bds. Pleasant street, West Rutland 
Sherman Marshall, mason, h. 26 Mineral 
Sherman William D., sexton and car repairer, C. V". R. R,, b. 

70 West 



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THE ^ETNA 'S 20 Payment Terminal 

Sherman Mr., creamery man, bds. 24 Church 

Shinn Q. H. Rev,", pastor Universalist Clinrcb, bds. 39 

Grove 
Shinney John, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Shiuney James, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Shinney Michael, polisher, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Shinney R., finisher, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Sbiimey Richard, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Shippey Ira, milkman, b. S, Main, below railroad 
Shippey John C, employed D. M. White Lumber Co. 
Shippey Minnie, dressmaker, bds. with W. D. Lane 
Shippey Walter W., blacksmith, h. S. Main, below railroad 
Shorctte Frank, machine runner, V. M. Co., tenement 46, W. 

Rutland 
Shortsleeve Peter, mechanic, h, off bead of Allen 
Sboto Margaret, widow of Edward, h. 11 Chestnut ave 
Shouldiee Dennis, farmer, h. Clarendon road, West Rutland 
Shouldiee John, mill man, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Sibley Nellie J., dressmaker, 21| Center 
Sibley & Green, fashionable dressmakers, 21 £ Center 
Silliman George, traveling salesman, b. 4 Court 
Silloway Charles Mrs., h. 92 Forest 
Silloway Clara M. Miss, h. 92 Forest 
Simmons Chas., b. 8, Ripley's tenement, Center Rutland 
Simmons Edward, clerk, bds. Bard well House 
Simon Sam., pedler, h. 28 Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Simonds Andrew J., brakeman, b. 17 Jackson ave 
Siinonds Benjamin, painter, h. S Ross, West Rutland 
Simons N. P. Mrs., h. 11 Cottage 
Simpson C. A., bookkeeper, Sheldon Marble Co.. bds. with 

Wm. H. Dunton 
Simpson James T. f steam dye bouse, 69^ Center 
Simpson Kate, shirtmaker, bds. 124 Forest 
Simpson Maggie, shirtmaker, bds, 124 Forest 
Simpson Mike, bdB. 124 Forest 
Simpson Miles, pedler, h. 124 Forest 
Sinclair B., finisher, West Rutland 
Singcn Ellen, h. West st., Center Rutland 
Singen Katie, domestic with Dorr's, at the "Maples" 

BLANK BOOKS at very low prices. 

THE TDTTLE CO,. 11 and 13 Canter Street 

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Singer M'fg Co., W. W. Vanghan, agent, 2 Church (see 

adv.) 
Sisters of St. Joseph, 19 Convent ave. 
Skallcy Mary A., domestic, 27 Crescent st. Hill 
Slack Augustus D., h. 59 Pine 

Slack Frank L., bookkeeper, Harris M'f'g Co., li. 11 Royec 
Slack Ilcman, butcher, li. 15 Terrace Hill 
Slack & Rodgers, meat market, Proctor 
Slade E. S., bookkeeper, V. M. Co.'s store, Proctor 
Slade Harry A., clerk for Higgins & Hyde, bde. Bard well 

House 
Slason Charles II. Mrs., h. 49 Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Slason M. E, Miss, select school, rear 8 West 
Slate H. M. Mrs., bde. 94 S. Main 
Slattery Bridget Miss, h. 21 S. Main 
Slattery John E , clerk, h. 20 Elm 
Slattery John 2d, mechanic, h. 49 Franklin 
Sleeper J. D., asst. supt Ripley Sons, h. 90 Center 
Sloan Hugh, laborer, h. 29 Granger 
Sloeum A. Mrs,, grocer, West, cor. Pine 
Slocntu Marcus (Sloeum & Son), h. 1 Pine 
Slocnm Fred. (Sloeum & Son), h. 1 Pine 
Sloeum & Son, soda manufacturers, 1 Pine 
Small Alex., h. Proetor st, West Rutland 
Smith A. F., salesman, Combination Store, bus. 8 Nichols 
Smith Albert, laborer, li. 23 Maple 
Smith Archie, clerk, bds. 8 Nichols 
S mi tli Belle Mrs., h. 73 West 
Smith Charles E., polisher, V. M. Co., Center Rutland, h. 18 

Baxter 
Smith Charles L , tinsmith, Dunn & Cramton's, h. 11 State 
Smith Charles M., student, Dartmouth College, h. Main, cor. 

Clarendon ave 
Smith Clifton D., hairdresser, under Bard well House, bds. (J 

Elm 
Smith D. H., (Smith & Wilder) bds. 23 Evelyn 
Smith Daniel Mrs,, boarding house, 23 Evelyn 
Smith Daniel, Board man hill, West Rutland 
Smith Edward, clerk, bds. Madison, cor. Strongs ave 
Smith Ed. C, supt., Dunn & Cramton, li. 15 Baxter 

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Smith Edward T., cashier Clement National Bank, and 
treasurer Rutland R. R,, h. 45 Washington 

Smith Frank D., Clarendon road, West Rutland 

Smith Frank O., fireman, h. 1(5 Williams 

Smith Fred H., clerk, Dunn & Cramton's, h. 17 Clmrch 

Smith George, quarry man, True Blue Marble Co 

Smith G. L. Mrs., h, 54 Kendall ave 

Smith Guy L., clerk, Merchants Nat. Bank, h. 7 Pleasant 

Smith Harry G., clerk, bds, 11 Royee 

Smith Henry H., county clerk, office ill court house, h. 36 
North Main 

Smith Harry P., hairdresser, 51 Merchants Row, h. 15 Baxter 

Smith Henry, laborer, h. rear 9 Franklin 

Smith Henry' C, fancy goods, 22 Merchants Row, h. 40 Cen- 
ter 

Smith Hiram A,, supt. of quarries, Sheldon Marble Co., 
li. Main, cor. Clarendon ave. 

Smith James, finisher, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Smith James E., hairdresser, h. 15 N. Main 

Smith James C, carpenter, b. 15 Baxter 

Smith John, moulder, h. 75 Forest 

Smith John Q,, h. Clarendon road, West Rutland 

Smith Joseph, clerk at North Star Tea Co. 

Smith Kir by W., student, bds. 30 N. Main 

Smith Loren, h. 15 Main, West Rutland 

Smith L. A., millinery goods, 49 Center, bds. 10 N. Main 

Smith Patrick, h. Marble, opp. depot, West Rutland 

Smith Patrick, mill man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Smith Ralph H., h. 11 State 

Smith Ransom, h. Elm, West Rutland 

Smith S, E., h. 22 Clarendon ave., West Rutland 

Smith Warren H,, attorney, h. 7 Pleasant 

Smith Wm. C, student, Saxton's River, Vt., h. Main, eon 
Clarendon ave., West Rutland 

Smith William, cashier of V. M. Co., h. 7 South st., Proctor 

Smith Win., farmer, Pleasant street, West Rutland 

Smith William, Sr., h. 7 South street, Proctor 

Smith & Wilder, commis'on merchants, 73 West (see adv.) 

Smith Win. H., employed True Blue Marble Co. 

Smith Wm. S., (W. S. Smith & Co.), bds. Bardwell House 



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Smith W. S. & Co., wholesale arid retail dealers in boots, 

slioee and rubbers, 28 Merchants Row 
Smith Win. W., box maker, h. 97 Forest 
Smith Zetta Mrs., clerk, Merriain's, 15 Merchants Row 
Smnllin John, trav, agent, h. 60 S. Main 
Snay Frank, mason, h. 19£ Jackson ave. 
Snow Carlos E., h. 15 Elm, West Rutland 
Snow Chatmcey, h. 15 Elm., West Rutland 
Snow Clara P., widow, h. 58 Kendall ave. 
Snow Moses L., brakenian, h. 22 West 
Solomon R. B., engineer, h. 5 Williams 
Soulia Abram, machinist, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Soulia Christopher, h. Stratton road, near Woodstock ave. 
Southard Rhoda Mrs., teacher, graded school, bds. 44 Gi'ove 
Southard Theodore, blacksmith, h. Woodstock ave., near limit 
Southard Lent F., foreman painter, h. 44 Grove 
Southwick David S., driver, bds. 14 Baxter 
South wick Edward S., carpenter, It. 11 Terrill 
Southwick Mattie May, shirtmaker, bds. 11 Ten-ill 
South worth Alice E., dressmaker, hds. 72 West 
Southworth Henry M., stone cutter, bds. 12 Pine 
Spafford Alton W., student at high school, h. 2 Royce 
Spafford Eva M. Miss, type writer, h. 2 Royce 
Spafford H. W., general freight and passenger agent, B. 

& R. Railway, office in passenger depot, h. 2 Royce 
Spafford Lyman, chair maker, h, 101 Granger 
Spafford Win. H., h. 2 Royce 
Sparhawk B. C. Mrs., h. 33 Grove 
Spaulding John P., books, stationery, etc., 9 Merchants 

Row, h. 11 Pleasant (sec adv.) 
Spaulding John, eity hack, orders left at Dubai's drug 

store, h. 4 Elm 
Spaulding Martin, currier, h. 11 Pleasant 
Spaulding & Phelps, proprietors of Bates House livery, 

sale and boarding stable, 4 and 6 Willow (see adv.) 
Spaulding Richard M., contractor, h. 29 S. Main 
Spaulding R. W., engineer, h. 1 Post 
Spaulding W. A., clerk, bds. Brock House 
Spaulding Wm. 1L, (Spaulding & Phelps), bds. Brock House 
Spear Milo, polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 

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Spear P, M. Mrs., h. 15 Washington 

Spellman John D., attorney, office, Savings Bank build- 
ing, h. 40 S. Main 

Spencer A. F. Mrs., h. 23 Grove 

Spencer Anna, clerk, bds. 5 Main, West Rutland 

Spencer Fred C, teller, Killington National Bank, bds. 2'i 
Grove 

Spencer George D., blacksmith, 17 Main, h. 19 Main, West 
Rutland 

Spencer II. E., manager Vermont Marble Co.'s store and post- 
master, Proctor 

Spencer Jesse G., bds. 23 Grove 

Spencer May Miss, dressmaker, h. 21 Park ave. 

Spencer Nancy M. Mrs., bds. 15 N. Main 

Spencer Nell Miss, inspector, shirt factory, bds. 72 West 

Spooncr George D., fanner, h. 15 Field ave. 

Spring Isaiah, laborer, h. creek road, Proctor 

Srpu'er Clara J. nurse, bds. 12 Woodstock ave. 

Squicr E. H., h. 12 Woodstock ave. 

Squicr Jos. B., clerk, Duffy & Clifford, h. 25 Maple 

Squier Ruth, saleslady, Geo.E. Chalmers, bds. 40 Wales 

Squire Frank B., over Shedd^ store, Center Rutland 

Squires Geo. W., mason, h. 89 State 

Squires Wm., mason, h. 52 Center 

Squires William, mason, h, 86 State 

Srenson A. II. , filler, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Stafford F. W., manager Combination cash store, h. 10 N. 
Main 

Stafford Ira, mason, bds. 12 Evelyn 

Stafford Lewis, mechanic, li. over Shcdd A Son, O. Rutland 

Stafford W. C, upholsterer and general agent for Hall's 
red slate paint, the best for tin and iron, and all kinds of 
metal and outside wood work, h. 24 Jackson ave. 

Staley Barbara A. Mrs., h. 41 Center 

Stalcy Hattie Miss, bds. 41 Center 

Staley Geo. W., plumber, bds. Globe Hotel 

Stanton G. W., general agent for Ham er's Perfect Washer, 
improved wringers, watches, diamonds, jewelry and 
agents' supplies, oflicc at Dunn tfc Cramton's, 14 and 10 
Merchants Row, bds. at Fisher's restaurant 

Use " Royal " Lead Pencils, -„- T . tTT . « ** 

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Standard Marble Co., J. E. Manlcy manager, West Rutland 

Stan dish David B., ironcr, h. 2 Park 

Stanley William, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Stapleton John, machinist, bds. 24 State 

Sti;pleton Mary, shirtmaker, hds. 26 Maple 

Staples Miriam A. Mrs., h. 36 Elm 

Staples Ceo. W., h. 36 Elm 

Startup W. II., foreman, V. M. Co., Proctor 

State Trust Company, Clement Bank building 

Staves Abram, at Burpee's livery, h. 29 Elm 

Staves Clarence, machinist, h. 28 State 

Steam Stone Cutter Co., 100 West (see adv.) 

Stearns Alvin A,, machinist, h. 29 Baxter 

Stearns Artemns R., upholsterer, 13 Grove, li. 42 Elm 

Stearns Isaac, clerk, M. Stearns, h. 40 Pine 

Stearns Julia A. Miss, bds. 36 N. Main 

Steams J. W., furniture, carpets, oilcloth, upholstery 
goods, coffins, caskets, etc., 9 Merchants Row, L 1 Wil- 
liams 

Stearns Mary D. Mrs., h. 36 N. Main 

Steams Myron, meat and provision market, 10 Merchants 
Row. h. 16 Prospect 

Stearns Nathaniel S., deputy sheriff, office No. 5 County 
Court House, h. 88 Center 

Stearns Wm. M., physician and surgeon, office and resi- 
dence 12 Smith, West Rutland. Office hours until 9 a. 
m. and 11 to 1 v. m. and after 7 p. st. Rutland office, 
Richard son's block, 2 to 5 p. m. 

Steele Frederick Dorr, student high school, li. west of Don- 
bridge 

Steele Wm. H. (S. M. Dorr's Sons), 24 Merchants Row, h. 
west of Dorr bridge 

Stephenson J. P., tracer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Sterl O. W., h. 4 West 

Sterns Charles (Chas. Sterns ife Co.), h. 2 Prospect 

Sterns Oh as. & Co., dry and fancy goods, carpets and 
oilcloths, 31 Merchants Row 

Stevens Fred O, teamster, bds. 23 Washington 

Stevens Isaac, h. 2 Prospect 

Stetson H. H., carpenter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

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" So onit wnulil inuki' n lnlstifc in tiikim; lumirniice In tneBt 
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Ml' Insurants 
JOHN WAEOTAUAKKIt, Pwtmute r Ue.ierM. 

Stevens C. E., millinery and fancy goods, 1 Merchants 

Row 
Stevens Elias O, carpenter, 23 Merchants Row 
Stevens Frank, at Esperanza, h. Pleasant st., West Rutland 
Stevens Frank, laborer, at True Blue Marble Co. 
Stevens H. li., laborer, at True Blue Marble Co. 
Stevens Lafayette, farmer, h. S. Main, below railroad crossing 
Stevenson John, moulder, bds. 53 River 
Stevenson James, moulder, bds. 53 River 
Stevenson William, moulder, bds. 53 River 
Stevenson Kate, domestic, 35 Washington 
Stevenson Michael, laborer, h. 27 Granger 
Stewart, Carroll L., painter, h. 9 Pearl 
Stewart Ceo. W., city hack, residence 8 Elm. Orders 

left at baggage room in depot 
Stewart Geo. W. Mrs., music teacher, h. 8 Elm 
Stewart Helen A., bds. 8 Elm 
Stewart John M., laborer, h. 8 Elm 
Stewart Lucius H., bds. 8 Elm 



Stewart Mary A., domestic, 3 Maple 
Stewart Patrick Mrs,, h. 14 Green 



avc. 



Stewart R. A., invoicer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Stewart Wm., foundryman, bds. 8 Elm 

Stickney J. II., mason, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Stiles Lovcll G., machinist, h. 28 Jackson 

Stiles L. M, Mrs., h. 85 Grove 

Still man Willis, teamster, at True Blue Marble Oo. 

Stillson Eugene, h. 23 Evelyn 

Stillson Frank A., railroad news depot, newspapers, peri- 
odicals, fruit, confectionery, cigars, tobacco, etc,., in depot, 
bds. 23 Evelyn 

Stimson Charles L., (Mansfield & Stimson), h. ISNicliols 

Stimson H. F. M. Mrs., k 18 Nichols 

Stitt Robert, blacksmith, h. 16 Oak 

Stockcr Albert, farmer, h. above Mill village 

Stock well A. L. (Stock well Bros.), bds. Bates House 

Stock we 1 1 Bros., state agents, Washington Life Insurance 
Co., Clement building (see adv.) 

Stock well Clarence A., tinsmith, h. 110 Forest 

Stockwcll Sidney P., carpenter, h. West st., Center Rutland 

1S^S]L1L PSPERQ Latest Line in Siaw, GILT WOOD MOULD - 
SS 2SkL±Ls it Mk± SkELOt JXGS AND PICTURE KKAMES. 

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Stookweli II G. (Stoekwell Bros.), bds. Bates House 
Stoddard John, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Stoddard M. O., trcas. and supt. Moscley & Stoddard 

Manuf . Co., office West. cor. Forest, h. 16 Royee ave. , 
Stoddard Ralph H., clerk, Moscley & Stoddard Manuf. Co., 

h. 16 Royce ave. 
Stoddard Wm. E., h. 110 N. Main, above ice house 
Stone Aliee, shirr m alter, bds. 11 Cherry 
Stone A. N. Mrs., tailoress at Lavcnture's, h. 11 Cherry 
Stone Cbas., filler, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Stone Charles, h. 6J Crescent 
Stone C. E. Mrs., h. 16 Crescent 

Stone Clement 1st, at V. M. Co., b. 13 Elm, West Rutland 
Stone Clement 2d, at V. M. Co., h. 13 Elm, West Rutland 
Stone Dimond, fish market, 60 West (see adv.) 
Stone Emma, dressmaker, b. West street 
Stone Geo., engineer, Sheldon Marble Co.. Main street, West 

Rutland 
Stone Geo. M„ carpenter, bds. A. Cyr's, West Rutland 
Stone Henry H., bottler, h. 13 Elm 
Stone Lonvia A. Miss, dressmaker, h. West st. 
Stone L. M., salesman with Sheldon Marble Co., h. 36 

Main, West Rutland 
Stone L. W., foreman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Stone Mitel i ell, teamster, b. 5 S. Main 
Stone William, carpenter, bds. 3 Strongs ave. 
Storms John D., machinist, h. 74 West 

Story Cbas., prop. Story's vegetable kidney cure, b. 32 Pi nc 
Story Cbas. E., h. 31 State 
Story Win., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co. 
Story Wm. B., clerk, Parker & Thrall, 1 

West Rutland 
S tough ton Augustus, painter, b. 28 South 
Stratton Calvin E., mason, h. 66 Temple 
Stratton Hiram H., b. south of Mill village 
Stratton Myron, mason, b. 54 Temple 
Strectcr Irwin L,, carpenter, bds. 17 N. Main 
Stringbam Edward, sbirtmaker, bds. 63 East 
Stringbam Emma, bds. 63 .East 
String!] am Myron, h. 63 East 

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Strong Kate E. Miss, bds. 9 Cottage 

Strong Lorain W. Miss, nurse, b. 6 Crescent 

Strong Mary Miss, nurse, h. 6 Crescent 

Strong Wm. D., employed Columbian Marble Co., h. 68 State 

St. Charles E., saw setter, Y. M. Co., Procter 

St, Lawrence Julius, carpenter, h. 78 West 

St. Lawrence Louis, at Rutland Cracker Co. 

St. Lawrence Peter, baker, bds. 78 West 

St. John Prudent, carpenter, h. 1 S. Main, cor. Terri 11 

St. Thomas James, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West 

Rutland 
St, Thomas John, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W.Rutland 
St. Thomas W., quarrynian, Sheldon MarhleCo., W. Rutland 
Sullivan Arthur, marble polisher, h. 57 South 
Sullivan Catharine Mrs., h. 135 West 
Sullivan Dennis J., polisher, h. 27 Meadow 
Sullivan Fred., letter carrier, h. 22 Woodstock ave. 
Sullivan James, boileruiaker, bds. 54 South 
Sullivan James P., engineer, h. 1)7 Forest 
Sullivan John, laborer, h. 4 Allen, above R. R. crossing 
Sullivan John, teamster, Esperauza 
Sullivan John M., sawyer, h, 172 West 
Sullivan Katie, bcls. 57 South 
Sullivan Katie, milliner, bds. 22 Woodstock ave. 
Sullivan K. A,, millinery and fancy goods, 5t3 Ceuter, h. 

113 West 
Sullivan Machine Co., West Rutland 
Sullivan Margaret, widow, h. 57 South 
Sullivan Mary E., milliner, h. 135 West 
Sullivan Nellie, shirt in alter, bds. 57 South 
Sullivan Patrick D., laborer, 117 West 
Sullivan Patrick F., moulder, h. Hopkins, cor. Strongs ave. 
Sullivan Timothy, janitor high school, h. 22 Woodstock ave. 
Sullivan Timothy T., upholsterer, h. 16 Green 
Sumner Solon E. (Leo and Sumner), h. 41 Center 
Sunbury Jolm, quarryman, Sheldon Mar. Co., West Rutland 
Swain Frank C., druggist, bds. 13 Meadow 
Swain Helen M. Mrs., h, 13 Meadow 
Swan Arden, laborer at the " Maples " 
Swan Horace, insurance, h. 60 Pine 

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Swanson Andrew, laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Swanson August, quarryman, Sheldon Mar. Co., W. Rutland 

Swanson A. G., quarryman, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Swanson Daniel, laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Swanson John 1st, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Swanson J. A., harness maker, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Swanson Martin, carpenter, V. M. Co., Proctor / 

Swanson S. A., tracer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Swanson G., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Sweat' William, laborer, h. North 

Sweatland Harry, driver, h. 94 S. Main 

Sweeny Deo, quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co.. West Rutland 

Sweeny Geo., Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Sweeny Henry C, student Norwich, bds. 17 Wales 

Sweeny James, driver, h. 11 Noyes ave. 

Sweeny James, machinist, h. 19 Engrcm ave. 

Sweeny Michael, machinist, bds. 2 Jackson ave. 

Sweeny Timothy, carpenter, In 17 Wales 

Sweeny Win. Mrs., V. M. Co. tenement 28, West Rutland 

Swinington Fred C, attorney and counselor at law, 

Herald building, h. 41 N. Main 
Sylvester Henry, barber, bds. 44 Elm 



Taceagua G., cutter, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Tacy John, inillman, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Tait John F., machinist, h. 72 West 
Talbot James, stone cutter, h. 4 Wood ave. 
Talbot William, Jr., laborer, h. 13^ Merchants Row 
Talbot William, upholsterer, h. 13£ Merchants Row 
Tatreau Edmund, shirtmaker, bds. Center St. 
Tatreau Evalyn A., music teacher, bds. 3 Davis 
Tatreau Frank F., lanndryman, bds. ,G1 Forest 
Tatreau Frank, machinist, Howe Scale Co., h. CI Forest 
Tatreau Frederick, engineer, h. 7 Elm 
Tatreau John, painter, h. 76 Woodstock ave. 
Tatreau Joseph, teamster, h. 13 Davis 
Tatreau Joseph, h. 74 Woodstock ave. 

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Tatreau Napoleon, quarrvman, Sheldon M. Co., W. Rutland 

Tay J. U., Moseley & Stoddard M'f'g Co., bds. 24 Church 

Taylor Allen Y., carpenter, bds. 12 Evelyn 

Taylor P. F., foreman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Taylor Cornelia Mrs., widow, h. 3 High 

Taylor George, farmer, fa. Clarendon road, West Rutland 

Taylor Harriet Mrs., h. 22 Royce 

Taylor Herbert E., carpenter, bds. 6 Howe 

Taylor John D., carpenter and builder, h. 6 Howe 

Taylor Marshall B., carpenter, h. 14 Royce 

Taylor Yick, carpenter, bds. 12 Evelyn 

Taylor Win., blacksmith, h. 11 Madison 

Tebo properly spelled Thibault (which see) 

Tcelin P. C, clerk, Higgins & Hyde, bds. Globe Hotel 

Tclon Thomas, quarryman, Sbeldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 

Temple Edward L., treasurer Marble Savings Pank, h. 

40 N. Main 
Temple Hiram A., carpenter, h. 38 Pine 
Temple J. C. (Everson & Co., h. 9 Summer 
Tenuian Thos., blacksmith, Y. M. Co., h. tenement, 11, West 

Rutland 
Tennian William, blacksmith, h. 32 Main, West Rutland 
Terrill Charles IP, machinist, h. 38 Church 
Terrill Samuel (Samuel Terrill & Son), h. 9 East 
Terrill Samuel & Son, carriage makers, blacksmiths 

and horseshoers, West St., cor. Wales, fa. 5 Terrill 
Terrill Wm. S., (Samuel Terrill & Son), h. 3 Church 
Terrill Y. C, Miss, h. 5 Terrill 

Tlnhadcau Alexander, teamster, near Davis' brick yard 
Thibadeuu Joseph, h. near Davis' brick yard 
Tbibadeau Joseph H., brick maker, h. Baxter, cor. Maple 
Thibault Napoleon, quarryman, Sheldon M. Co.. W. Rutland 
Thomas B. H., machinist, 13 Ross, West Rutland 
Thomas C. J., clerk, Combination store, h. 36 Grove 
Thomas E. H., pressman, Herald, li. 21 Summer 
Thomas E. J., clerk, Y. M. Co-'s store, Proctor 
Thomas Eugene, farmer, Pittsford road, above Mill village 
Thomas Francis J., carpenter, h. 1 State 
Thomas Geo. W., laborer, h. 7 Wales. 
Thomas Irene, clerk, Y. M. Co.'s store, Proctor 



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Thomas John, tinsmith, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Thomas Merritt, farmer, h. off Pittsford road, ahove Mill village 

Thomas Walter, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Thomas William, sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Thompson A. R., employed Howe Seale Co., b. 82 Forest 

Thompson Carrie, shirtmaker, bds. 72 West 

Thompson Charles, engineer, hds. 109 Forest 

Thompson Chas. A., li. 9 Grant ave. 

Thompson Charles A., pres't Rutland Cracker Co., b. 
64 Church st. 

Thompson Edward C, ins. agent, hds. Brock House 

Thompson Edwin J., h. east of Mill village 

Thompson Frank, machinist, h. 76 Forest 

Thompson Harry J. ( clerk for E. C. Lewis, hds. 9 Grant ave. 

Thompson John O, marble worker, h. 118 Forest 

Thompson John H., truckman, h. 53 Pine 

Thompson John W., clerk, h. Evergreen ave. 

Thompson K. C, clerk at Central House 

Thompson Michael, mechanic, bds. 49 Forest 

Thompson Mary Mrs., h. 49 Forest 

Thomson Alhin L., gardener, h. Park St., near fair ground 

Thomson J- E., pbyaMan and surgeon, office 62 Wales, 
otliee hours 12 to 2 and 6 to 8 p. m., h. 60 Wales 

Thornton Abel, h. Woodwardvillc, West But! and 

Thornton Andrew, quarryuian, V. M. Co., tenement 69, West 
Bntland 

Thornton Edward, quarryman, Esperanza 

Thornton James, quarryman, Troc Blue Marble Co., h. Pleas- 
ant, West B inland 

Thornton Jeremiah C. Mrs., farmer, Men don road 

Thornton M. K. Miss, 13 Washington 

Thrall Geo. C, farmer, h. 96 N. Main 

Thrall Jesse G., bookkeeper, h. 15 Woodstock ave. 

Thrall Ben ben B., lawyer, aged 94 years, bds. with Fred Chaf- 
fee, 107 S. Main 

Tli rail Bollin C, farmer, h. Pleasant St., West Rutland 

Thrall Wm. B., trav. agent, h. 15 Woodstock ave. 

Thrall Walter C, farmer, h. Pleasant st., West Rutland 

Thrall Wm. A. (Parker & Thrall), h. Pleasant st, W. Bntland 

Tien icy Katie, domestic, h, 16 Nichols 

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Tierney Michael, h. 10 Cramton ave. 

Ticrney Patrick Mrs., b. 52 River 

Tiffany D,, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Tiffany Mary F. Mrs., bds. 13 Park ave: 

Tiffany Patrick, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 

Tighe John, finisher, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Tighc Patrick, milhnan, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Tigue John, clerk, 17 Wales, bds. 46 Center 

Tiguc Patrick, marble polisher, bds. 23 Evelyn 

Till bury Andrew, milhnan, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Tilson J. E. (Van Doom <fc Tilson), h. 7 Prospect 

Tim, Wallerstein & Co., shirt manufacturers, offlec and 

factory 2 Willow (see adv.) 
Timbers Wm., teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Titeomb George Mrs., h. 37 N. Main 
Titcomb John W"., clerk, Howe Scale Co., h. 37 N. Main 
Titeomb Mary L., asst. librarian, Rutland Free Library, h. 37 

N. Main' 
Tobias Maria, 1 Grant ave. 
Todd Chas. R., painter, h. Cold river road 
Todd Fred G,, bds. 27 Woodstock ave. 
Todd Horace, boarding house, 6 Church 
Todd James, machinist, h. 40 S. Main 

Todd Joel, prop. Commercial House, 35 Wales (see adv.) 
Todd John F., huckster, h. 27 Woodstock ave. 
Todd Nettie M., milliner, bds. 35 Wales. 
Todd R. E., livery and horse clipping, 6 Church 
Todd Rnel, farmer, h. S. Main, below R. R. crossing 
Toner Daniel, fire man, bds. 15 Strongs ave. 
Tontan Peter, quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Toohey Bessie L., teacher, fa, 37 Strongs ave. 
Toohey Patrick, h. 37 Strongs ave. 
Toohey Thomas, clerk, Cheney's, bds. 57 Strongs ave. 
Toohey Thos., mechanic, h. 57 Strongs ave. 
Toomey Anna, waiter, Broek House 
Toomey Mary, domestic, 8 N. Main 
Toomey M. J., messenger, Western Union, bds. 8 Atlen 
Toomey Michael, laborer, h. 8 Allen 
Toomey Patrick, laborer, h- 8 Allen near B. R. 
Torkelson Nelson, milhnan, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

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Torley Irving, bds. 31 Forest 

Tossing Hattie E., bookkeeper, Van Doom & Tilson, bds- 25 
Washington 

Tossing Matthias, gardener, h. 25 Washington 

Tossing Win. R., clerk, H. A. Sawyer & Co., bds. 25 Wash- 
ington 

Tousignant Oliver, grocer, 2 Barries, h, do. West Rutland 

Tower George, cutter, Y. M. Co., h. 7 Meadow 

Tower Henry C, ironer, h. 1 Maple 

Tower Horace H., brick walk layer, h, 1 Edson 

Tower Joseph, farmer, h. Cold river road 

Tower Julia M., shirtinakcr, bds. 1 Edson 

Tower W. W., finisher, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Tower W W., nagging, bricklaying, etc., h. 1 Edson 

Tower W. 0. Rev., h. 23 Prospect, 

Town Hall, 8 Washington, op p. Bard well House 

Towner Park, clerk, J. E. Robinson & Co., bds. West st. 
Center Rutland 

Townsend Chas A., clerk, bds. 4 Church 

Townsetld Charles C, dealer in furniture, feathers, 
mattresses, curtains and fixtures, upholstering, etc., 44 
Center, nearly opposite the Berwick House, h. 4 Church 

Trainor Patrick, h. 28 Ripley's tenement, Center Rutland 

Travcrs John, laborer, h. 6 Harrison avc 

Travers John, laborer, h. C Meadow 

Travers Patrick, bds. Ill West 

Traynor William, h. 28 Ripley's tenement, Center Rutland 

Trcdo Peter, marble worker, h. 118 Forest 

Tree Eliza, bds. 128 West 

Tree James B,, stone cutter, bds. 128 West 

Tree James, teamster, 128 West 

Tree Michael, polisher, 128 West 

Tree Patrick H., telegrapher, Western Union, bds. 128 West 

Tremayne E., agent Y. M. Co.'s store, bds. 5 Barnes, 
West Rutland 

Trespapin Louis, laborer, bds. 2 Barnes, West Rutland 

Tretaner Joseph, quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 

Trombley Isaac, track boss, D. & H., h. Marble, opp. depot, 
West Rutland 

Trombley Napoleon, farmer for Barley Sheldon 

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Trowbridge William, clerk, Combination store, h. 19 Baxter 

Trudeau Clara, shirtmaker, bds. 130 Forest 

Trudeau Vina, shirtmaker, bds. 130 Forest 

True Blue Marble Co., wholesale dealers .in block, 
sawed and finished marble, office and works West Rut- 
land (see adv.) 

Tufts Chas. H., engineer, h. 23 Plain 

Tuggey Noah, machinist, h. 25 Green 

Tuggey Wm., machinist, Pleasant st., West Rutland 

Tuhper Edward, butcher, h. 15 Wales 

Tnlley Mary E., shirtmaker, bds. 33 Strongs ave. 

Tul ley TIi os. O, marble worker, 33 Strongs avc. 

Turner Chas., bookkeeper, Y. M. Cj., h. 54 Church 

Turner Frank, brakeman, C. V. R. R., bds. 17 Franklin 

Turrill Henry, dentist, 17 Merchants Row, h. 41 S. Main. 

Tuttle Albert F., painter, h. 21 Pine 

Tuttle Albert H., proprietor Bates House and trcas. Rut- 
land Street Railway (see adv.) 

Tuttle Fred C, dealer in line boots and shoes, 55 Center, 
h. 34 Washington 

FRED G. TUTTLE, 

c^s DEALER VA ^-, 

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Misses' Shoes, 

Children's Shoes, 
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Youths' Shoes, 
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Tuttle Co. (The), booksellers, stationers, book and job 
printers and binders, also stationers and official printers 
to the State of Vermont, 11 to 15 Center (see bottom 
lines through book) 

Tuttle Egbert C, treasurer The Tuttle Co., h. 2 Nick- 
wackett 

Tuttle Geo. A. Mrs., h. 34 Washington 

Tuttle Hariey C, president The Tuttle Co., bds. Bates 
House 

Tuttle Henry D., carpenter, h. Main st., West Rutland 

Tuttle H. E., treasurer Rutland Cracker Co., 2 Evelyn, 
cor. West, h. 17 Grant ave. 

Tuttle John S., h. 31 Clarendon ave., West Rutland 

Twitchell L. W., ohairmakcr, h. 104 Granger 

Tyler Edward B\, drug store, 21 Marble, h. Drown, near 
iSmith, West Rutland 

Tyler Win. 0. Mrs., li. Brown st., near Smith, W. Rutland 

Tyler Shubal, black smith, h. 10 Park ave. 

Tyrrell Abner T-, master mechanic, V. M. Co., West Rat- 
land, h. 5 Summer 

Tyrrell Chas. II., machinist, 3S Church 

Tyrrell Fred T., watchmaker and jeweler, h. 25 West 

Tyrrell Win. A., supt. F. W. Smith & Co., h. 1 Cottage 



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Ulrieksou Otto, carpenter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Ulrickson A. E., carpenter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Underbill Chas. F.. engineer, C. V. R. R, h. 8 Pine 

Underhill Geo. C, supt. True Blue Marble Co., h. 4 Pearl 

Underbill Helen 13., shirtmakcr, bds. 8 Pine 

Union Pacific Tea Co., Bruce S. Bain, manager, 5 

Merchants Row (see adv.) 
United States and Canada Express, in depot 
Upton W. H., trav. agent, h. 32 Ross, West Rutland 

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Vail Chas. B., groceries and provisions, 1 S. Main, h. 17 S. 

Main 
Valentino Hannah, li. 2L Grove 
Valentine Rebecca, b. 21 Grove 
Valido Marble Co., West Rutland (office Fair Haven) 

(see adv.) 
Valiquettc Alexander, carpenter and builder, li. 05 West 
Valiqttette Benj., prop. Valiquettc House, h. 51 West 
Yaliquctte Carrie Miss, The Tuttle Co.'s book bindery 
Valiquettc Edward A., plumber, stcain and gas titter, 

63 West (see adv.) 
Valiquettc G. Mrs., b. 12 Maple, eor. Pine 
Valiquettc George J., clerk, bds. Berwick House 
Valiqnette John Mrs., h. 15 Willow 
Valiquettc Julia C. Miss, milliner, bds. 12 Maple 
Valiqnette Louis H., mechanic, b. 65 Wust 
Valiquettc Louis, boots and shoes, custom work a specialty, 13 

Merchants Row, b. 27 Pine 
Valiquette L., Jr., boots, shoes, leather and findings, 13 

Merchants Row, h. 5 Prospect 
Valiquette Mary E. Miss, at Berwick House 
Valiquette Maxime, employed at Berwick House 
Valiquette Wm. H., proprietor Berwick House 
Valley Chus., rubbing bed, onyx works, h. 18 Wales 
Vallierc A., millman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Vallierc Ephraim, cutter, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Vallierc Louis, quarry man, V. M. Co., h. West Rutland 
Van Arnam Edirar, moulder, h. 25 Baxter 
Van Doom & Til son, jobbers and dealers in crockery, 

paper hangings, etc., 27 Merchants Row (see adv.) 
Van Wagon en T., route agent, Nat. express, bds. Berwick 

Vaughan Fayette, fcu 18 N. Main 

Vaughan Frank L., clerk, E. Gossclin, li. 5 East 

Vaughan W. W., agent Singer Manufacturing Co., 2 

Church, h. 2 Church (seo adv.) 
Vcazey Albiu B., bds. 12 Pleasant 



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VAN DOORN & TILSON, 

27 MERCHANTS ROW. 

This is the Leading House in its Line of Goods. 

Crockery m Glassware 

/;/ all Grades, from the Cheapest Prices to Fine Hand Decorated 

Sets. 

SILVER AND SILVER PLATED WARE 



is here kept in Large Variety, in all kinds of Table Ware as well as in 
Ornamental Pieces. In 



^>KPAPER * HANGINGS,^ 

No store outside the large cities allows a larger or Finer Variety. A spec- 
ialty is also made in the sale of 

With a Large Stock always on Land, 

House Furnishing Goods, Stone Ware, Marble Mantels, Japan- 
ese Carpeting, Vases and Fancy Goods. 

ALWAYS BARGAINS 
At Especially Low Prices. 

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Vcazcy W. G., judge of Supreme Court, h. 12 Pleasant 

Yell are Louis, quarry man, Sheldon Marble Co., W. Rutland 

Venn can T., mill man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Yenvis Albert, bds. 2 South, Proctor 

Verder Daniel Mrs., h. Grove street, near village limits 

Verder Goo. EL, baker, h. 17 Grove 

Verder H. L., real estate, h- 12 Prospect 

Vermont Beef Co., Qt. L. Bassett, manager, Merchants 

Row, opp. Bardwcll House 
Vermont House of Correction, Geo. N. Eayres, snptTj State 

near junction of West 
Vermont Marble Co., Center Rutland, West Rutland 

and Proctor. Business offices in Proctor 
Vermont School Seat Co., office and salesroom, 65 West 

(see adv.) 
Veyettc J. B., finisher, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Vincent Samuel, h, rear 14 Pine 
Vincent J. O. Mrs., It. 55 East 
Voght H. J., foreman finisher, Bardillo Marble Co., h. 12 

Smith, West Rutland 
Vol pi A., marble cutter, Proctor 
Volpi G., marble cutter, Proctor 
Yolpi John, cutter, h. 34 West, Proctor 
Vondctte Napoleon, h. 5 Main, West Rutland 
Vose Pliny, farmer h. Pittsford road, Mill village 
V room an Jesse M., clerk, bds. 36 Grove 



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Wade F. J., salesman, E. D. Kcyes & Co., h. 6 Cottage 

Wagner Anna M., domestic, 16 Pleasant 

Wah Lee, Chinese laundry, 3 Grove 

Wait A. P., carpenter, h. 68 N. Main 

Waite, Arnold P., h. 27 North 

Waitc B. M., ironcr, bds. 23£ Merchants Row 

Waite Geo. M., express, h. 23 Elm. 

Waite Jennie, bds. 27 North 

Waite Wallace, carpenter, bds. 27 North 

Walbaek Matilda Mrs., li. 13 Powers, Proctor 

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Walker Aldaee F., attorney, 3 Herald building, 1). 21 Cottage 
Walker H. E., druggist, bds. 21 Main, West Rutland 
Walker James W., express office, li. 02 East 
Walker J. F., fashionable shaving and hairdressing rooms, 

ladies' and children's hairdressing a specialty, 13 Mcr- 

eh ants Bow 
Walker John, trav. agent, bds. 12 Evelyn 
Walker L. A., restaurant, h. 110 S. Main 
Walker Lewis M., farmer, h. Cold river road 
Walker Norris, foreman of mills, True Blue Marble Co., 

h. Whipple Hollow road 
Walker Sarah Mrs., li. 1 Gibson ave. 

Wallace Miehael, sawyer, V. M. Co., tenement 20, W. Rutland 
Wallerstrand Wm , tiller, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Wallett Jos., V. M. Co., Proctor 
Wallett Nelson, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Wallett Tnftield, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Wallett Zcb, laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Walsh Edward, h. Ira road, West Rutland 
Walsh James, blacksmith, V. M. Co., tenement 15, W. Rutland 
Walsh James, h. Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Walsh John, h. Clarendon avc., West Rutland 
Walsh Michael R., moulder, li. 115 Forest 
Walsh Wm., grocer, 16 Marble, h. 6 Smith, West Rutland 
Walters Thos. A., grocer and baker, h. 23 Union 
Ward Arte m us, h. IIS Main, West Rutland 
Ward Asahel W, mechanic, h. 15 Main, West Rutland 
Ward Chas. W., drug clerk with E. C. Lewis, bds. 8 Cottage 
Ward Elton E., mechanic, bds. 11 Ross, West Rutland 
Ward Eveline Mrs., h. 40 S. Main 
Ward E. J., clerk, h. 11 Pine 
Ward Henry J., mechanic, h. 11 Pine 
Ward James, mould or. h. 79 River 
Ward Katie, seamstress, bds. 39 Marble, West Rutland 
Ward Lorenzo, mechanic, h. 11 Ross, West Rutland 
Ward Luke Mrs., h. Pleasant st., West Rutland 
Ward Mary Ann, shirtmaker, bds. 45 South 
Ward Mary Mrs., h. 39 Marble, West Rutland 
Ward O. EL carpenter, h. 37 Washington 
Wardwell Amos E., carpenter, h. 25 Cleveland ave. 

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Wardwell Chas. S-, engineer, h. 7 Grant ave. 

Wardwell Edward F., tinsmith, h. 7 Grant ave. 

Wardwell G. J., superintendent, Steam Stone Cutter Co., 
h. 31 Grove 

Wardwell Wm. J., carpenter, h. 7 Grant ave. 

Wardwell William S., carpenter h. 7 Grant ave. 

Ware Mary Mrs., h. N. Main, near ice house 

Ware Ellen G Mrs., h. 9 Cherry 

Warner B. A. Mrs., dressmaker, 23 Merchants Row 

Warner Clara, artist, b. 17 Crescent 

Warner D, S., supt. of chair department, Harris Manuf. Co., 
h. 1 Church 

Warner E. C, farmer, h. 64 North, Proctor 

Warner Frank M., pattern maker, h. 12 Mcrcliants Row 

Warner Myron C, foreman carpenter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Warner Win. S. Mrs., h. 42 Forest 

Warren F. W., with Chapped & Burke, bds. 18 West 

Warren George M., civil engineer, bds. 11 Royee 

Warren Geo. W,, National Express messenger, bds. Bardwell 
House 

Warren Mvron, brake man, C. V. R. R., bds. 17 Franklin 

Warren Z."C. Mrs., h. 18 West 

Waterland Wm., filler, V. M. Co., h. creek road, Proctor 

Waters Charles, quarry man, Valido, h. Pleasant St., West 
Rutland 

Waters George, mason, h. 52 Temple 

Waters Henry, blacksmith, bds. 35 Wales 

Waters James, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Waters Michael, laborer, h. 72 S. Main 

Watkins A. S., carpenter, h. 177 West 

Watkins F. W., clothing, hats, caps, boots, shoes, 37 Mer- 
chants Row, bds. 40 Grove 

Watkins Harley Mrs., h. 40 Grove 

Watkins Harley C, carpenter, bds. 177 West 

Watkins J. V., upholsterer, 54 West, cor. Grove 

Watkins Rollin H., stoves and tinware, 3 Main, h. 16 
Ross, West Rutland (see adv.) 

Watson Almira Mrs., bds. 3 Cherry 

Watson Frank, baggage master, h. 8 Chestnut ave. 

Watts Arthur D., clerk P. O., h. 1£ Merchants Row 



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Watts Cli as. L., harnessmaker, h. 15 Church 

Watts Emma, clerk P. O., h. H Merchants Row 

Weatherhead Fred. S., photographer for C. W. Nichols 

Wcatherly C. E., h. 15 Cottage 

Webster Edward H., foreman of machine shop, Howe Scale 

Co., h. 7 Engrem ave. 
Webster Eleanor P., clerk, bds. 7 Engrem ave. 
Webster Ida M., hds. 7 Engrem ave. 
Webster James E., b. 15 Strongs ave. 
Webster Joseph, machinist, fa. 21 LI owe 
Webster Lewis 13., mechanic, h. 3 Allen 
Weed Annie M., hds. 26- N. Main 
Weed Chas. II., bds. 26 N. Main 
Weed Mamc B., bds. 26 N. Main 
Weed Mary E. Mrs., h. 26 N. Main 
Weeks Mattie A., hds. 10 Church 
Weeks Newman, collection, real estate, insurance and 

western railroad ticket agency, office Putnam & Sawyer's 

block, h. 10 Church (see adv.) 
Weinley George, brass polisher, h. 9 Pearl 
Weir Robt., veterinary surgeon 24 Center, bds. Bard well 

House (see adv.) 
Welch David, machinist, bds. Brock House 
Welch Delia, bookkeeper, bds, 96 Forest 
Welch Edward, farmer, h. Ira road, West But land 
Welch Edward D., conductor, h, 23 Meadow 
Welch Frank EI., marble worker, h. 14 Oak 
Welch Isaac, teamster, h, 13 Lincoln ave. 
Welch James, conductor, h. 23 Meadow 
Welch James, mechanic, h. head of Green 
Welch James, clerk, Brock House 
Welch James, sc;,le maker, h. 41 Granger 
Welch James 2d, mechanic, h. 44 Woodstock ave. 
Welch John, mechanic, h. head of Green 
Welch John, quarryinan, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Welch John, quarryman, Valido, h. West Rutland 
Welch John, blacksmith, h. 46 Spruce 
Welch John, coal dealer, 87 West, fa. 96 Forest 
Welch Lizzie, employed at 41 Center 
Welch Michael, laborer, h. 46 Granger 

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Welch Mary, bds. 15 Allen 

Welch Mary, h. head of Green 

Welch Mary, teacher, bds. 96 Forest 

Welch Mary Mrs., (84 years) bds. 96 Forest 

Welch Michael, bell boy, at Bard well House 

Welch Michael, laborer, h. 15 Allen 

Welch Thos. Mrs., h. 13 South 

Welch William, clerk, Bard well Houbg 

Welch Mr., blacksmith, bds. 12 Pine 

Wells Joseph, quarryman, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Wenmin George, machinist, h. 60 Forest 

Wcscott John, truckman for J. E. Robinson <te Co., C. Rutland 

Wescott Mary, dressmaker, h. 50 S. Main 

Wessling William, shirtmaker, b. 5 Crescent 

West Chas. H., teller, Merchants Nat. bank, bds. 19 S. Main 

West E. M., millman, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Wether bee Carrie M., shirtmaker, bds. 7 West 

Wetherbee Delmer II., clerk, 7 Merchants .Row, bds. 7 West 

Wethcrbee Flora P., hds. 7 West 

Wetherbee Frank D,, brakeman, bds. 7 West 

Wetherbee L. L. Mrs., h. 7 West 

Wetmore Eva, domestic, 2 Nickwackett 

Wet more Ezra J., house painter, decorator and paper 
hanger, h. Main St., West Rutland 

Wetmore Grace, domestic, 83 Grove 

Wetmore James, V. M. Co., tenement 79 West Rutland 

Whalen James, marble turner, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Whay Wm., foreman, Dr. J. G. Johnson's farm 

Wheeler Bros., dealers in general merchandise, 8 Main, 
West Rutland (see adv.) 

Wheeler Franklin L. (Wheeler Bros.), h. 15 Clarendon ave.. 
West Rutland 

Wheeler Fred G., engineer, bds. 86 State 

Wheeler F. H., watches, jewelry and silverware, 25 Mer- 
chants Row, fa. 67 Church 

Wheeler Geo. C, sawyer, h. Mendon road, Mill village 

Wheeler Henry, carpenter for Dr. J. G. Johnson 

Wheeler James H., h. 49 Kendall ave 

Wheeler James, foreman dairy department, Dr. J. G. Johnson's 

Wheeler Win. W., (Wheeler Bros.,) h. 54 Main, W. Rutland 

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STATE MANAGER, 

Wheeler, M. J. Miss, teacher of piano and organ, bds. 

Kendall ave 
Wheeler & Sheldon, wholesale dealers in fertilizers, 

office 20 Washington 
Wheeler M. E., (Wheeler & Sheldon) h. 20 Washington 
Wheeler T. B., general store, 66 Marble, li. 27 Claren- 

don ave., West Rutland (see adv) 
Whiley E. C, fashionable hairdrossing rooms, 65 Center, 

b. 60 Center 
Wbitakcr P. C, at Marshall Eros., bds. 72 AVest 
Whiteomb Ephraim, teamster, h. 110 Forest 
Whiteomb Eugene G, tinsmith, h. 50 Kendall ave 
Whiteomb Hannah P., bds. 45 Grove 
Whiteomb Horace L., painter, h. Main, eor. Strongs ave. 
Whiteomb Lena B., saleslady, II. D. Stevens, h. 40 Elm 
Whiteomb Lizzie H., saleslady, II. O. Smith, )i. 40 Elm 
Whiteomb Ervin T., Geo. Richardson's stable 
Whiteomb Ledru R., slater, h. SI Brown 
Whiteomb Lysander L., carpenter, h. 38 Meadow 
Whiteomb V. W., bookkeeper, The Tuttle Co.,h.40 Elm 
Whiteomb Wm. M., h. Main, cor. Strongs ave. 
Whiteomb W. H. O, student high school, bds. 40 Elm 
White Alonzo Mrs., h. 9 Church 
White Albert A., mason, h. 17 Lincoln ave. 
White A. N., bookkeeper, Ripley Sons, h. 2 State 
White A. P., carpenter, h. 14 Park 
White L*.. teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 
White D. M. Lumber Co,, dealer in lumber, Akron 

sewer pipe, flour and grain, Strongs ave. (see adv.) 
White D. M. (D. M. White Lumber Co.), and (Rutland- Boiler 

Works), h. 28 S. Main 
White Eliza Mrs., shirtmaker, h. 4 Edson 
White Erwin, watchmaker and jeweler, 17 Center, rooms 

21£ Center (see adv.) 
White El win H., watchmaker,, (town liquor agent) 6 Main, 

h. 4 Main, West Rutland 
White Frank D., clerk, bds. 28 S. Main 
White Geo. F., (Vermont Granite Co.), h. 92 Center 
White Ira P., carpenter, h. 48 Kendall ave. 
White Levi R., h. 9 Crescent 

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Examine THE ^ETNA'S Policy. 

White Patrick, laborer, h. Pleasant st., West Rutland 

White Patrick, mil I man, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

White S. B. Mis., h. 41 Forest 

White Wallace W., fanner, h. Cliitteuden road 

Whitehouse Clias., foreman, h. 77 River 

Whiting Abraham W., h. east of Mill village 

Whitlock L. A., Miss, teacher, bds. Bates House 

Whitman A. !)., machinist, h. 29 State 

Whitney Frank, teamster, bds. 18 Barnes, Wes*. Rutland 

Whitney Hattie E., bds. 67 State 

Whitney II. P., carpenter, h. 13 Woodstock ave 

Whitney Hiram, fa. 20 Madison 

Whitney Samuel P., h. 67 State 

Whitney San ford M., conductor, h. 20 Madison 

Whittaker E. S., deputy sheriff, office County Court 

House, h, 10 Royce ave 
Whittaker F. A., teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Whittier Harry B.. bookkeeper, Columbian Marble Co., bds. 

16 West 
Wiekham Earle D., clerk,Rutland Co. Nat. bank., bds. 11 Royee 
Wiekhain Julia- N. Miss, artist, h, 11 Royce 
Wiekham R. C, city hack and express wagon. Orders 

left at Dolau's drug store, h. 11 Royce 
Wilcott Perry L., bds. Wood ward vi lie, West Rutland 
Wilcox Barney, tray, agent, h. 31 South Main 
Wilcox C. D., boxer, V, M. Co., creek road, Center Rutland 
Wilcox C. G., gardener, h. 53 Pine 
Wilcox Emily L. Mrs., h. 31^ Mercliants Row 
Wilcox Henry W., h. S. Main, near town limits 
Wilcox Jabez Mrs., bds. 53 Pine 
Wilcox Wm. R., h. 12 Pine 

Wilkie Mr., freseoer, bds. Barnes House, West Rutland 
Wilkin s Edgar, foreman engine house, C. V. E. R., h. 10 

Mineral 
Wilkinson Chas., car driver, h. 23 Main, West Rutland 
Wilkinson Don A., h. 6 Cottage 
Wilkinson Frank A., h. Harrison ave., West Rutland 
Wilkinson John, laborer, b. 21 Meadow 
Wilkinson R. M. Mrs., domestic at 93 Center 
Wilkinson Warren W., fa. 29 Clarendon ave., West Rutland 



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Willard H. L., traveling asjent, bds. 7 Strongs ave. 

Willard JameB 11., carpenter, h. 11 Pine 

Willard L. H., machinist and founder and planing mill, 24 

Strongs ave., li- 7 Strongs av«L 
Willard N. G, hairdresser, Bates House, h. 1 West, 

Williams Alvin H., carpenter, h. 66 West 

Williams Cora L., domestic, 17 Fine 

Williams Cyrus, laborer, h. 4 Court Square 

Williams Edgar A., teamster, b. rear 14 Pine 

Williams George, hds. 4 Court Square 

Williams H. A., employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Williams Harley L,, bds. 10 AVillow 

Williams Ilattie, stenographer, hds. 16 Cottage 

Williams Herbert W., teamster, bds. 10 Willow 

Williams Herman M., photographer, V. M. Co., bds. 06 West 

Williams John H., bookkeeper, Vermont Beef Co., h. 40 
Soutli Main 

Williams John W., I bookkeeper, bds. 49 Sooth Main 

Williams John W., farmer, h. 14 Wales 

Williams Levi, laburer, h. West, Center Rutland 

Williams Otlmiel, carpenter, h. 66 West (87 years) 

Williams Percy, dentist, bds. 9 State 

Williams Rail, laborer, h. 103 H. Main 

Williams S. P., earpct cleaning and feather renovating, 
and manufacturer of bee hives and boo keepers' supplies 
and packing boxes, 10 Baxter, h. 101 West (see adv.) 

Wilson Mary E. Miss, bds. 25| Center 

Wilson Otis H, truckman, h. 1 Fifth aye, 

Wilson R. E. Mrs., boarding, 854 Center 

Wilson 8., Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Wilson William, elerk, bds. 21 Howe 

Wilson William, laborer, 94 West 

Wilson Wm. L., mechanic for Douglass, Ch ami ell & Cham- 
be rl in 

Willson S- M., coal agent of D. & H. Canal Co., office in 
depot, h. 51 Grove 

Willson Z. V. K. Mrs., h. 51 Grove 

Wiltsie A. II., h. 66 West 

Wiltsie E. D. } machinist, h. 06 West 

Winchcll Salem, farmer, Whipple Hollow road,.W. Rutland 



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A Plan for all Circumstances. 

Wing Chas., teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Wing Daniel, laborer, h. creek road, Center Rutland 

Wing Richard, mason, h. Blanchard si, West Rutland 

Winkler B., millnmn, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 

Winn J. Morgan, mechanic, h. 12 Crescent 

Winstrom John, quarryman, Columbian Marble Co., Proctor 

Winter Wilson R., mason, h. 39 Crescent 

Winter W. W., carpenter, bds. 39 Crescent 

Winters Andrew, laborer, bds. 87 S. Main 

Winters Chas. H., wholesale and retail dealer, oysters, 

fruits, etc., 21 Wales and 59 Center, h. 23 Wales (see adv.) 
Winters John, mason, bds. 87 S. Main 
Winters John Mrs., h. 87 S. Main 
Winters Thomas, laborer, h. head of Green 
Wolcott P., carpenter, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Wolfenden A. A., cutter, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Wood Carrie, shirtmaker, 23 Merchants Row 
Wood Charles W., carpenter, 1 Wood ave. 
Wood Edgar H., nickel plater, 55 Kendall ave. 
Wood Edward D., laborer, h. 36 Clarendon ave., W. Rutland 
Wood Edward S., conductor, Ik 3 Chnreh 
Wood Elbridge H., stoves, ranges, plumbing, jobbing, 

etc., 2 West, eor. Main (see adv.) 
Wood Eli H., pianos and organs, 22 Elm 
Wood Frank H., plumber, bds. 2 West, cor. Main 
Wood Frank Mrs., bds. 19 S. Main 
Wood Geo. W., farmer, h. 2 West, eor. Main 
Wood Jos. B., laborer, h. 1 Wood ave. 
Wood T., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Wood Thomas, blacksmith, h. 69 South 
Wood Trerliey, quarryman, V. M. Co., tenement 38, W. Rnt- 

land 
Wood W., quarryman, Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland 
Wood Walter E., farmer, h. cast of Mill village 
Woodard W. M., invoicer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Woodbury C. A., machinist, h. 19 Park ave. 
Woodbury James D., hostler, bds. 00 Pine 
Woodbury John D. Mrs., h. 60 Pine 

Woodfin John ISS.,pres. Lincoln Iron Works, h. 6 Pleasant 
Woodhonse Charles, physician, h. 39 Grove 

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Woodhousc Geo. W., bookkeeper, h. 16 Summer 
Woodruff E. M., farmer, li. road to Wallingford 
Woodruff Hannibal, h. S. Main, near Clarendon lino 
Woodruff Mat tie, clerk, depot restaurant, bds. 36 Grove 
Woods Grace, l>ds. 5 Summer 
Woods M. E. Mrs., )i. 5 Summer 

Woods Thomas, blacksmith, street ear barn, h. 09 South 
Woodward Adrian T., policeman, It. 7 Jackson avc. 
Woodward Curtis S., machinist, h. 20 Plain 
Woodward W. II., h. 20 Clarendon are., West Rutland 
Woolley E. II., grocer, 42 Wales, h. 100 S. Main, cor. Strongs 

ave. (sec adv.) 
Woolley J, P. Dr., h. 74- Strongs ave. 
Wooster Mary Miss, bds. 8 Church 

Wooster Orlando, accountant, C. V. R. R., h. 8 Church 

Wooster Richard O., student, high school, lids. 8 Church 
Wooster Sophia Miss, teacher, bds. 8 Church 
Worcester Norman, draughtsman, H. S. Co., h. 14 Park 

Word en E. D., book and job printer, 7 Grove, h. 1 Pine 
(sec adv.) 

Worthen John, teamster, h. 8 Willow 

Worthington Wm. R., prop. Union Custom Laundry, 7 
Grove, h. 14 Lincoln ave. (see adv.) 

Wrangham T. J., marble cutter, h. 175 West 

Wright Carlton, h. West st., Center Rutland 

Wright Chas. E., marble worker, h. West St.. Center Rutland 

Wright Henry O., teamster, h. 21 Grove 

WrightS. E., 1 1. 51 Elm 

Wright T. C, marble turner, h. 15 South, West Rutland 

Wright Walter S., carpenter, h. 2 Park 

Wyman Milton M., conductor, h. 22 West 

Wynn Barney, h. 1 Howe 

Wynn E. L, billiard room, 25£ Center, h. 1 Howe 

Wynn Joseph, clerk, h. 23 Summer 

Wynn Rate, h. 2 Meadow 

Wynn Anna, li. 2 Meadow 

Wynn Bridget, li. 2 Meadow 

Wynn Thos. Mrs., h. Cherry st. 



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Yanclo Louis, sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Young Alfred, blacksmith, h. 27 Pine 

Young E. W., dealer in eoal, lumber and grain, 56 Marble, 

h. Clarendon avc., West Rutland 
Young Erank, filler, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Young Geo. L., mason, h. 3 Jackson ave. 
Young John, mechanic, V. M. Co., h. off 

Rutland 
Young L. M., bookkeeper, bds. 12 Pine 
Young Marcel! us, in ill man, V. M. Co 

Rutland 
Young Oscar I)., farmer, 21 Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Young Phileos, polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Young William W., mason, h. 11 Engrem ave. 
Young Wm. Burt, mason, h. 11 Engrem ave. 



Pleasant st., West 



tenement 6S, West 



Zanni Achille, stone cutter, bds. 193 West 
Zanni Lotigi, stone cutter, bds. 193 West 



£^ 



£$£ 



Corner of Main Street and Engrem Avenue, 

la in the most eligible position of any in Rutland for the summer vis- 
itor. The bouse contains 43 sleeping rooms furnished with gas, electric 
bells and all modern conveniences. The apartments have been recently 
fitted with furniture, and everything pertaining to comfort, making it a 
hotel of the first class. The parlor is commodious, airy, and handsomely 
fur lushed. At all hours of the day a cool shade is a Horded and finer 
views of Vermont scenery cannot be found than from the several veran- 
das. Its tables are always supplied with the delicacies of the season. 



Terms Moderate, 

Special Rates to 

Families. 




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AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 



Bates A. 0. & Son, 46 find 48 Center (see colored page) 
Chatterton J. II., 32 Washington (see page 82) 
Dunn & Ci'amton, 14 and 16 Merchants Row (see page 8) 
Landon W. C, Freight, cor. Evelyn (see page 38) 
Kings! ey L. G., 18 Merchants Row (see colored page) 

ARCHITECTS. 

Arnold' L. Scott, 41 Crescent (see page 58) 

Chappell & Burke, 14 Clement building (see page 28) 

Lyman Milo, 16 Chestnut ave. 

ART NEEDLEWORK AND STAMPING. 

Merriam E. N., 15 Merchants Row (sec page 201) 

BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS. 

Clarcy J. II., Grove, cor. West 
Hart L. N. Mrs., 3 N. Main 
Hoadlcy Leonard J., West Rutland 
Lyon's Steam ISakcry, Center, cor. Wales 
Rankine T., 33 Center (see page 94) 
Rutland Cracker Co., 2 Evelyn (see page 142) 

BANKS. 

Baxter National Bank, 61 Merchants Row (sec page 12) 
Clement National Bank, corner Merchants Row and Evelyn 
Ivillington National Bank, 53 Merchants Row 

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The Jttna Life is Noted for its Stability. 

Merchants National Bank, 41 Merchant Row (see page 14) 
Marble Savings Bank, 24 Merchants Row (see page 12) 
Rutland County National Bank, 24 Merchants Row 
Rutland Savings Bank, corner Merchants Row and Center 

(see page 14) 
Rutland Trust Co., 53 Merchants Row 
State Trust Co., office Clement Bank 

BAZAAR. 

, Mcrcure & Co. (Rutland Bazaar), 51 Merchants Row, opp. 
depot (sec eoiorcd page) 

BEE HIVES AND BEE KEEPERS' SUPPLIES. 

Williams S. P.. 10 Baxter (see page 66) 

BILLIARD PARLORS. 

Bates House, Merchants Row, opp. depot (see page 70) 
BardwelL House, Merchants Row, opp. depot (see page 26) 
Kidder A. A., Marble st. West Rutland 
Wynn E. L, 254; Center 

BLACKSMITHS AND HORSESHOERS. 

Austin Joseph (horseshoeing a specialty), 75 West (see page 88) 

Donnelly Patrick, 25 Elm, West Rutland 

Duffy & Lenicux, Main st., West Rutland (sec page 90) 

Gibson ife Mereier, Terrill st. 

Gordon Moses, 13 Willow 

King N. L., 85 West 

Long C. L., 36 Wales 

Meeier Oliver, Center Rutland 

Miner L., 61 West (sec page 74) 

Mullin Michael, Strongs avenue, cor. Royee (see page 86) 

Pratt Warren, 53 Strongs ave. 

Pre mo F. J., Mill village 

Premo Levi. Wales, cor. Willow 

Spencer Geo. D., 17 Main, West Rutland 

Terrill Samuel ife Son, West, cor. Wales 

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G.F. NORTH, MA LIFE M CO 26S K BBGI41TS BOW. 

STATE MANAGER, XUlllll Ull U J.J.1U, WU,, TELEPHONE 

BOILERMAKERS AND MACHINISTS. 
Rutland Boiler Works, West, cor. Forest 
BOOKBINDERS AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS 

Fay James J., 61 Merchants Row 
Sawyer II. A. & Co., 59 Merchants Row 
The Tut tie Co., 11 and 13 Center (sec hottom lines through 
book) 

BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. 

Chalmers Geo. E., 30 Merchants Row 
Sawyer II. A. & Co., 59 Merchants Row 
Spaulding John P., 9 Merchants Row (see page 102) 
The Tuttle Co., 11 and 13 Center (see hottom lines through 
book) 

BOOT AND SHOE STORES. 

Combination Cash Store, 47 Merchants Row (sec page 32) 

Rosa Warren E. t 3 Merchants Row (see page 76) 

Smith W. S. & Co., 28 Merchants Row (see page 80) 

Harper Peter, 37 Center 

Hoag & Claiisoii, 19 Center (see page 163) 

Tuttle Fred G. } 55 Center (see page 255) 

Valiqnotte L. Jr., 13 Merchants Row 

Watkine F. W., 37 Merchants Row 

BRASS AND IRON FOUNDERS. 

Harris Manufacturing Co., Furnace st. (sec colored page) 
Lincoln Iron Works, 102 West (see colored page) 
Mansfield & Stimson, Union street 
Rutland Foundry and Machine Shop Co. (see colored page) 

BRIDGE BUILDER. 

C. E. Campbell, 6 Summer 

BRICK MANUFACTURER. 

Davis A. F., Park street 

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—All Policies Non-Forfeiting.— 

BUILDING PAPERS. 

Irving's Patent Waterproof, Harris M'f'g Co., Furnace street 

(see colored leaf) 
Sawyer IL A. & Co., -59 Merchants Row 
The Tuttle Company, 1 1 and IS Center st. (see bottom lines) 

CABINET AND REPAIR SHOP. 

Knowlton & Amsden, 19£ Center (see page 84) 

CARBONIZED SEWER AND DRAIN PIPE. 

Post J. E., River St., near freight depot (sec page 32) 

CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. 

i 

Arnold L. Scott, 41 Crescent (see page 58) 

Bent D. & J., 20 Church 

Bissell Elmer W., 61 Woodstock avc. 

Cleaveland, Geo. H., 14 West 

Edson Henry 0., 45 West (see page 2) 

Ed son A. B., 32 Church (see page 64) 

Houston & Streeter, 9 Chestnut ave. 

Hutchinson J. *fe Co., 25^- Merchants Row 

Lyman Milo, 16 Chestnut ave. 

Taylor J. D., 6 Howe 

CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS. 

Combination Cash Store, 47 Merchants Row (see page 32) 

Kingsley Levi G., 18 Merchants Row (see colored page) 

Kilburn J. B. & Co., 17 Center (see page 66) 

Stearns J. W., 9 Merchants Row (see page 88) 

Sterns Chas. & Co., 31 Merchants Row 

Van Doom & Til son (Japanese carpeting) (see page 258.) 

CARRIAGES. 

Hassam Geo. O., (dealer) 51 West 

Long C. L., 26 Wales 

Laporte John, Terrill cor. Main (see page 48) 

Miner L. F., 61 West (see page 74) 

Premo Levi, Wales, cor. Willow 

Terrill Samuel & Son, West and Wales sts. 



DHIMTIMP oi al1 kinds— the finest 
rnllX 1 1 IN KJ quality of work at 
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STATE MANAGER, IB Hill Ull U illU. UUt, TEHPEOKB. 

CARRIAGE AND B LEIGH MANUFACTURERS. 

Boldue Henry, Mill village 

Cameron William, Center Rutland 

Cyr Augnste, Elm St., West Rutland 

Duffy & Lenieux, Main St., West Rutland (see page 90} 

Gibson & Meeier, Terrill street 

Pi'Ctno Levi, Wales, eorner Willow 

Terrill S. & Bon., West, Corner Wales 

(JAIU'ET CLEANING AND FEATHER RENOVATING. 

Williams S. P., 10 Baxter (sec page 66) 

CAR WHEEL MANUFACTURERS. 

Mansfield & Stinison, Union st. 

Lincoln Iron Works, 100 West (see colored page) 

Rutland Foundry and Machine Shop Co. (see colored page) 

CHAIR MANUFACTURERS. 
Harris Manufacturing Co. (sec colored page) 

CHANDELIERS, LAMP GOODS AND LANTERNS. 

Dunn & Cram ton, 14 and 16 Merchants Row (see page 8) 
Van Doom & Tilson, 27 Merchants Row (sec page 258) 

CHINA, GLASS, CROCKERY AND SILVERWARE. 
Van Doom & Tilson, 27 Merchants Row (see page 2.58} 

CHURCH, STORE AND HOUSE WOODWORK. ' 
Harris Manufacturing Co., Furnace st. (see colored page} 

CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS. 

Chappell & Burke, 14 Clement building 

Ross Geo. W., 2 Nichols (surveyor only) (see page 26} 

Roys L. E., office in the depot 

Wooster Orlando, 8 Church 



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All Policies Indisputable After Death. 

CLOTHING AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

Bardy & Babbitt, 35 Merchants Row (see page 46) 

Combination Cash Store Co., 49 Merchants Row 

Cunningham A. 0.,5 Center 

Heyman R., 25 Center 

Pollard B. F., Opera House block 

Rochester Clothing Co., Clement building (sec pace 62) 

Watkins F. W., 37 Merchants Row 

CLOTHES WASHERS. 

Hamer's Perfect Washer, G. W. Stanton agent, at Dunn & 
Cramton, 14 and 16 Merchants Row (see page 10) 

COAL DEALERS. 

Davis tfc Gay, 41 and 43 River, near R, R., and 10 Washing- 
ton (see page 101) 

Bourne M. A., Strongs ave., opp. freight depot (sec page 42) 

Chatter ton J. H., 32 Washington (see page 82) 

Curtis Samuel P., 28 Evelyn 

Duffy & Clifford, 14 Evelyn (see page 94) 

Gould & Burditt, 8, 10 and 12 Freight (see page 151) 

Grandey John S., 45 Forest 

Kingsley L. G. (blacksmith only), 18 Merchants Row (see 
colored page) 

Lincoln J. H., 49 West (see page 72) 

Noyes H. P., 33 State (see page 54) 

Willson S. M., agent, D. <fc H. Canal Co., office in depot 

Welch John, 87 West 

Young E. W., 56 Marble, West Rutland 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
Smith & Wilder, 73 West (see page 18) 

CREAMERIES. 

Chaffee Geo. T. & Co., 18 Center 
Rutland Creamery, 57 West (see page 34) 



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DAIRY APPARATUS— (Manufacturers.) 

Moselcy & Stoddard Manufacturing Co., M. O. Stoddard 
treas. and supt., West, cor. Forest (see page 48) 

DENTISTS. 

Dairy tuple H, A., 67£ Center 

lulb urn A., 6 Morse block (see page 86) 

Mound & Scliell, office 2 Merchants Row (see page 206) 

Phillips Geo. T., 55£ Merchants Row 

Tnrrill Henry, 17 Merchants Row 

DINING AND LUNCH ROOMS. 

Cornell Geo. E., 31$ Center 

Fisher J. W., 57 Merchants Row 

Lee & Sumner, 41 Center 

Railway Restaurant, Mrs. A, R. Ho wan], prop'r, in depot 

Rounds James P., 8 Merchants Row 

■ DRESSMAKERS. 

Baldwin J. F. Mrs., 33£ Center 

Bishop L. Mrs., 2 Merchants Row 

Cline J. & B, Misses, 5 Green 

On minings L. H. Mrs., 14 Washington 

Davis Lucy Mrs., 52 Center 

Davis Louise E., 31£ Merchants Row 

Denio C. E., 44 Wales 

Eggleston F. L. Miss, 73 West 

Farmer Jennie Mrs., 2 Merchants Row 

Foster M. J. Mrs., 2 Merchants Row 

George Frances Miss, 17 Merchants Row 

Goodell M, R. Miss, 56 Wales 

Grovcr M. H. Mrs., 7£ Center 

Haney II. Mrs., 5 East 

Haney Hiram Mrs., 25£ Center 

Hayes Mary ifc Maggie, 2 Merchants Row 

Inglec Mary Mrs., 22 Elm 

Jackson M. J. H. & M. L. E., 67| Center 

Lareau Edmond Mrs., 65 West 



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Locke L. Mrs., 89 East 

Magwire M. M. & Emma E., over Keyes' store 

Mangan Mary Miss, 42 Center 

Mceier Mary A. Miss, Mutual Exchange block 

Miner Rose E. Mrs., 53 Forest 

O'Brien Katie Miss, 15£ Center 

Pelton M. A. Mrs., 15 Church 

Powers J. W. Mrs., 49 Center 

Sibley & Greene, 21£ Center 

Warner B. A. Mrs., 23 Merchants Row 

DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES. 

Aitchison &; Connor, Bates House corner (sec page 2) 

Burpee Joseph O, Center, corner Wales 

Cain O. J., 31 Center 

Clifford T. A., 23 Center (see page 62) 

Con iff Luke Mrs., Marble St., opp. depot, West Rutland 

Dolan W. J., 7 Center (sec page 4) 

Fenn Fred., 15 Center 

Fenn Edward, 97 Center 

Fisher W. H. H., 7 Merchants Row 

Graves George E., 3 S. Main (see page 60) 

Iliggins & Hyde, 21 Merchants Row 

Lewis E. C, 2 Merchants Row, cor. West 

Morse F. A., 21 Main, West Rutland (see page 90) 

Tyler E. B., 21 Marble, West Rutland (sec page 90) 

DRY AND FANCY GOODS. 

Burt B. H., 26 Merchants Row 

Combination Cash Store, 47 Merchants Row (see page 32) 
Dawley W. W. & Co., 69 Merchants Row 
Hilliard Chas. B., 29 Merchants Row 
II ongh ton Frank C, 19 Merchants Row (see page 165) 
Kilhnrn J. B. & Co., 17 Center (see page 66) 
Ross Charles E., Opera House block (see colored page) 
Ross Bros., 33 Merchants Row 
Sterns Chas. & Co., 31 Merchants Row- 
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DYEES AND CLEANERS. 

New England Dye Works, 67 Center 
Simpson James, 69£ Center 

ELECTRO PLATING. 

Danforth W. E., 18 Woodstock ave. (sec page 26) 

EXPRESS OFFICE. 

American and National; F. C. Atherton, agent, in depot 

FANCY GOODS. 

Chalmers Geo. E., 30 Merchants Row 

Fenn Fred, (and toys), 15 Center 

Merriam E. N., 15 Merchants Row (see page 201) 

Nelson W. F., 45 Center 

Rutland Bazaar, 51 Merchants Row (sec colored page) 

Smith Henry O, 23 Merchants Row 

Spanlding John P., 9 Merchants Row (see page 102) 

Van Doom & Tilson, 27 Merchants Row (see page 258) 

FERTILIZER MAN TJF ACT URERS— ( Wholesale.) 

Wheeler & Sheldon, 20 Washington 

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. 

Edison Electric Fire Extinguisher, Stephen French, agent, 
41 Elm 

FLORISTS. 

Coirrsellc A. J., junction of State and West sts. (see page 60) 

Cox George, 98 Grove 

Dolan P. H. Mrs., 1 Merchants Row 

Kodmer U. de W., with Higgius & Hyde, 21 Merchants Row 

Lane W. D., 75 Church (see page 16) 

Rice William, rear of 66 Forest 

Two Dollars vtn*S3Sm rv*. M in Ik World for llic Price 

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FLOUR, FEED AND GRAIN DEALERS. 

.Chaffee F. & Son, 140 West 
Chaffee Geo. T. & Co., 18 Center 

Combination Cash Store, 47 Merchants Row (see page 32) 
Curtis Samuel P., Evelyn st. 

Davis & Gay, 41 River and 10 Washington (see page 101) 
Gould & Burditt, 8, 10 and 12 Freight (sec page 151) 
Keyes E. D. <& Co., Evelyn, opp. depot (see colored page) 
Lancion W. O, Freight, cor. Evelyn (see page 3S) 
Lincoln J. II. , 49 West (see page 72) 
Russell Geo. L., Mill village 

White D. M. Lumber Co., Strongs ave. (see page 24) 
Young E. W., 56 Marble, West Rutland 



FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Kingsley Levi G., 18 Merchants Row (see colored page) 
Lord II. K., 4 Church (see p»ge 64) 
Stearns J. W., 9^ Merchants Row (see page 88) 
Townsend Charles G., 44 Center (see page 6) 
Vermont Marble Co., West st., Center Rutland 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES. 



( Where is kept a general Mio?-tinent of groceries, dry goods, boots, shoes, 
notions, etc. Those who deal in but one kind of goods will be found under 
their appropriate headings.) 

Brown H. H. & Co., West Rutland 

Cheney G. H. & H. W., 23 Strongs ave. and Prospect st. 

Combination Cash Store, 47 Merchants Row (sec page 32) 

Dawley W. W. & Co., 69 Merchants Row 

Fish A, & F., 6 Clarendon ave., West Rutland (see adv. 

Parker & Thrall, Main st., West Rutland (see page 90) 

Shedd F. W. & Sou, West st., Center Rutland 

Vermont Marble Co., W. Rutland, C. Rutland and Proctor 

Wheeler Bros., Main st., West Rutland (see page 150) 

Wheeler T. E., 66 Marble, West Rutland (see page 96) 



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GROCERIES >ND PROVISIONS. 

(get also General Merchandise Stores.) 

Billings B. & Son, 12 Merchants Row (sec page 41) 

Bixby C. F. & Co., 1 Grove 

Chaffee Geo. T. & Co., 18 Center 

Carpenter II. 0. & Co., Bard well House block 

Combination Cash Store, 47 Merchants Row (sec page 32) 

Duffy & Clifford, 14 Evelyn (see page 94) 

Femi Edward, 97 Center 

Gary & Iloag, 29 Center (see page 141)' 

Gosselin & Poulin, 43 Center (see page 30) 

Gosselin E., manager, 54 Center (see page 58) 

Grand cy John S-, 45 Forest 

Graves Geo. E., 3 S. Main (see page 00) 

Hathorn Wm. H, 23 S. Main 

Keyes E. D. & Co., Evelyn st, opp. depot (see colored page) 

Kidder A. A., 17 Marble, cor. New, West Rutland 

Kittrcdge Henry E., 38 Forest 

Maranvillo J. P., 69 Merchants Row 

MeGuirk John F., 2 Strongs ave. (sec page 64) 

McGuirk John, State St., eor. West 

MeManus Peter, 99 West 

Mills A. A., 64 Marble, West Rutland 

Mooney Wm. F, 32 West 

Morse F. A., Main, eor. Marble, West Rutland (sec page 90) 

Mussey William B., 11 Merchants Row (sec page 208) 

Nichols J. T., 39 Center (see page 36) 

Slocum A. Mrs., West, cor. Pine 

Tousignant O., 2 Barnes, West Rutland 

Vail Chas. B., 1 S. Main 

Walsh Wm,, 10 Marble, West Rutland 

Walters Tlios. A., 38 Forest 

Woollcy B. II., 42 Wales 

HAIRDRESSERS. 

Alexander Samuel U., in depot 

Albee E. O, 16 Evelyn 

Allard Peter, 1 Merchants Row 

Iwff K IT It T3, K. TDt'C^'OC? Largest Line in State, GILT WOOD MOULD- 

WiiLJU }FMirEkmi>* ings and picture frames. 

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Insure with Of. F. North, In the iStna Life. 

Farmer Moses, 8 Evelyn 

Farrell R. W., Bates House 

Gibson Joseph E,, Jr., 9 Main, West Rutland 

Gomez John J., 254, Center (see page 20) 

Koltinski J. A. (also bath rooms), Bard well House (see page 88) 

Launiere Geo., 31 Center 

Leonard Sam'l, 8 Marble, West Rutland 

Loop G. T. (also hair work), 21 Center 

Mellow Frank M., 12 Center 

Murphy Daniel, 12 Marble, West Rutland 

Smith & Austin, 51^ Merchants Row (see page 102) 

Walker J. F., 13 Merchants Row 

Whiley E. C, 65 Center 

HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. 

Bates A. C. *fc Son, 46 and 48 Center (see colored page) 
Kingsley Levi G., 18 Merchants Row (see colored page) 
Landon W, C. t Freight, cor, Evelyn (see page 38) 

HARNESS AND SADDLES. 

Allard W. J., 11 Main, West Rutland 

Bates & Son, 46 and 4S Center (see colored page) 

Burlingame Cyrus, (also carriage trimmer) Wales, cor. Willow 

Burr Walter W., Main st., West Rutland 

Ferrell Win. W., 40 Wales 

Hassam Geo. C, 81 and 53 West 

Lease W. H., 47 Center 



HATS, CAPS AND FURS. 

Bardy & Babbitt, 35 Merchants Row (see page 40) 

Combination Cash Store Co., 49 Merchants Row 

Cunningham A. O., 5 Center 

lleyman R., 25 Center 

Pollard B. F., Opera House block 

Rochester Clothing Co., 32 Merchants Row and 35 Evelyn 

(see page 62) 
Wat kins F. W., 37 Merchants row 

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STATE MABFAGEK, iilllin Uli U 1JL1U- UU,, TELEPHONE 

HORSE RAKES, MOWING MACHINES, HAY TEDDERS, 
FERTILIZERS, &c. 

Chatter ton J. IL, 32 Washington (see page 80) 
Landon W. C, Freight, cor. Evelyn (see page 38) 

HORSE CLOTHING. 

Bates A. C. & Son, 46 and 48 Center (see colored page.) 

Lease W. II., 47 Center 

Pollard B. F., Opera House block 

HOTELS. 

Bard well House, Grain ton & Carpenter, opp. depot (see 

page 2(5) 
Bates House, A, H. Tut tic & Son, Merchants Row, opp. depot 

(see page 22) 
Barnes House, M. G, Olivetti, opp. depot, West Rutland (see 

page 70) 
Berwick House, Win. H. Valiquette, Center, cor. Wales 
Brock Douse, S. A. Brock, Main, cor. Engretn avc. (see 

page 269) 
Central House, J". Seamans, 53 West 

Commercial Honse, Joel Todd prop., 35 Wales (sec page 72) 
Farmers Hotel, E. Pomeroy, Evelyn, eoi\ Freight (see page 20) 
Globe Hotel, C. G. Mason, prop., 32 West (sec page 54) 
Union House, H. F. Eggleston, 43 State (sec page 86) 

HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. 

Dunn & Cramton, 14 and 16 Merchants Row (sec page S) 

Channel! C. E., 9 Grove 

Smith Henry C, 51 Merchants Row 

Van Doom & Tilson, 27 Merchants Row (see page 258) 

ICE DEALERS. 

Dunklec B. F., 5 Main (see page 16) 
Engrem E. M., Cold river road 

BLANK BOOKS at very low prices. 
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The Insurance for Yonni Med— The jstga Life. 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Baglcy Leon G., with N. E. Fire Ins. Co., Clement building 
Burnham S. E., Clement building, Merchants Row' 
Francisco M. J. & Son, Rutland Savings Bank building, opp. 

depot 
Granger C. H. (N. Y, Life Ins. Co.), Savings Bank building 
Kellogg Bros., S and 4 Savings Bank building (see page 172) 
Mason E. U-. (special agent Ecpiitable Life Assurance Society 
and Standard Life and Accident Ins. Co. of Detroit), 
Putnam & Sawyer's block 
New England Fire Insurance Co., Clement building, Mer- 
chants Row (see inside front cover) 
North G. F. (manager ./Etna Life), Putnam & Sawyer's block 

(sec adv. on top running lines of book) 
Parmenter C, Music Hall building, Center, cor. Wales 
Stockwcll Bros., agents, Clement building (see colored page) 
Weeks Newman, Putnam & Sawyer's block (see page 80) 

INVESTMENT SECURITIES. 

Dorr's S. M. Sons, Rutland Co. National Bank building (se e 

page 38) 
Kellogg Bros., 3 and 4 Savings Bank building (sec page 172) 
Keyes E. D., office at store, Evelyn st. 
Kingsley N. P., office Baxter Bank building 

IRON AND STEEL. 

Kingsley Levi G., 18 Merchants Row (see colored page) 
Landon W. C, Freight, cor. Evelyn (see page 38) 
Harris Manufacturing Go. (sec colored page) 
Rutland Foundry and Machine Shop Co. (sec colored page) 

IRON, STEEL, PIPE AND FITTINGS. 

Mansfield & Stimson, Union st. 
Lincoln Iron Works, 102 West (see colored page) 
Harris M'Pg Co., Furnace st. (see eolored page) 
Rutland Foundry & Machine Shop Go. (sec colored page) 



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STATE MANAGER, -tUH"*- u11 a 11UJ ' uu, l TELEPHONE. 

JAPANESE TAPER CARPETING. 

Van Doom & Tilson, 27 Merchants Row (see page 258) 

LAUNDRIES. 

Davis' Steam Laundry, 314, Merchants Row (see page G) 
Union Custom Laundry, Wm. R. Wortliingtonj 7 Grove (see 

page 34) 
Sang Lung Co., 61 Center 
Wah Lee, 3 Grove 

LAWYERS. 

Baker Joel C, 56 Center (Music Hall building) 

Barrett James, Clement block, Merchants Row 

Butler & Moloney, Clement Bank building 

Dana Edward, Savings Bank building 

Fulham Volney S., Clement building 

Ilarman II. A., Clement building 

llaynes D, N., office Herald building 

Howe Ofc Coolidge, Clement building 

Joyce C. II., Clement Bank building 

Lawrence Geo. E., 27 Merchants Row 

Kendall P. Redfield, (village attorney) Putnnm & Sawyer's 

block 
Man ley J. E., office Main st,, West Rutland 
Meld on P. M., 5 and 6 Herald Building 
Merrill James A., Clement building 
Nicholson David E., office 18 Grove 
Prout John, office 5 Savings Bank building 
Redington L. W., residence North st. 
Spellman J. D., office Savings Bank building 
Smith Warren H., 5 Pleasant 
Swinington Fred G., 3 and 4 Herald building 
Thrall R. R., resides with Frederick Chaffee 
Veazey W. G. (judge of Supreme Court), Court House 

LIVERY, SALE AND BOARDING STABLES. 

Barber E. D., 41 West (see page 68) 

Bard well House, Cramton & Paige (see page 26) 

Barker C. E., 22 Center (see page 64} 

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For Business Men, The iEtna Life. 

Barnes House Stables. M. G. Ollivetti, West Rutland (see 

page 70) 
Burpee Joseph G., Wales, cor. Willow 
Campbell Clias. II., 70 Marble, West Rutland (see page 96) 
Faulkner M. L., 11 Willow (see page 18) 
Ilassam Geo. O., 51 and 53 West 
Laportc John, Terrill st. (see page 48) 
Mulliu Michael, Strongs ave., cor. Royee (see page 86) 
Richardson Geo., 24 Center (see page 58) 
Richardson II. W., Willow, cor. Wales (see page 146) 
Spaulding <fc Phelps, 4 and 6 Willow 

LUMBER DEALERS. 

Chaffee F. & Son, 140 West 

Edson Henry O., 45 West (see page 2) 

Harris M'f'g Co., Furnace st. (see colored page) 

Lincoln J. H., 49 West (sec page 72) 

Noycs II. F., 33 State (see page 54) 

White D. M. Lumber Co., Strongs ave, (see page 24) 

Young E. W., 56 Marble, West Rutland (sec page 96) 

MACHINISTS AND FOUNDERS. 

Harris M'f'g Co., Furnace st. (see colored page) 
Lincoln Iron Works, 102 West (see colored page) 
Mansfield it Stimson, Union st. 

Rutland Foundry and Machine Shop Co. (see coiorcd page) 
Willard L. II., 24 Strongs ave. 

MARBLE CUTTERS' TOOLS. 

Mali on ey Wm. F., 77 West , 

MARBLE PRODUCERS AND DEALERS. 

Adams & Bacon, Center Rutland 

Bardillo Marble MTg Co., office 133 West (see colored page) 

Columbian -Marble Co., 120 West (sec page 36) 



Esperanza Marble Quarry, W. R. Albertson prop., West Rut- 
land, office Worcester (see page 42) 
Sheldon Marble Co., West Rutland (see back cover) 

Record Books, Office Supplies, Memorandum 

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Standard Ms.rblc Co., J. E. Mauley manager, West Rutland 
True Blue Marble Co., West Rutland (see back cover) 
Yalido Marble Co., West Rutland, office Fait- Haven (see 

page 98 
Vermont Marble Co., Center Rutland, West Rutland, Proc-' 

tor village, Rutland Valley and Brandon. 

MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED SLATE. 

Van Doom & Tilson, 27 Merchants Row (see page 258) 

MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKERS. 

Brown M. R., (House of Correction) (see page 74) 

Clark Bros., 3 Hopkins (sec page 20) 

Davis tfc Bryant, 4l Grove (see page 36) 

Everson & Co., 98 West (sec page 146) 

Fuller A. P. & Co., 8 Evelyn 

Hnlihan Bros., West st,, Center Rutland (see page 70) 

Kinsman Walter R., 5 Grove (see page 146) 

MEAT AND PROVISION MARKETS. 

Conncll Edward, 58 Marble, West Rutland 
Duffy tfe Clifford, 14 Evelyn (see page 94) 
Gilrain P., 1 Strongs ave. 
Gorham Henry D,, 3 Main, West Rutland 
Gossclin E., manager, 54 Center (see page 58) 
Gosselin & Ronlin, 43 Center (see page 30) 
Grant J. H., 36 Center (see page 42) 
Hewitt C. D., Madison, cor. Strongs ave. 
Kellogg EL it., basement Farmers Hotel (sec page 28) 
Kennedy E. D., Grove, cor. West (sec page 84) 
Knight Silas, 4 Merchants Row (see page 78) 
Mills A. A., Marble st., West Rutland 
Quigley Charles, 38 Wales 
Seward Henry E., Woodstock ave 
Sheridan M. B,, cor West and Main (see page 44) 
Stearns Myron, 10 Merchants Rew 
.St. John Prudent, Main, cor. Temll 
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MERCHANT TAILORS. 

Crowley C. J., 13 1 - Merchants Row 

Eisig M. & Co., 38 Center 

Ellis A. D., 74, Center (see page 82) 

Gaffney P. F., 26 Marble, West Rutland 

Laventure Geo. H., 13| Merchants Row (ace page 181) 

Morgan I). L., 15£ Center (see page 204) 

Meyer Isaac & Brother, 23 Merchants Row 

Bollard B. F., Opera House block 

Schwarz Louis, 69 Center (see page 68) 

MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS. 

Albee & McDonough, 55 Merchants Row 
Burke Nora T., 30 Marble, West Rutland 
Cnmmings L. H. Mrs., 14 Washington 
Eddy F. C, 23 Merchants Row 
Goodno O. J. Mrs., 25£ Merchants Row 
Kilburn Charlotte A. & Co., 17 Center 
Leonard F. Mrs., 55 Marble, West Rutland 
Purcell M. A., 9 Main, West Rutland 
Rawson A. A. Mrs., 32 Wales (see page 54) 
Smith L. A., 49 Center 
Stevens C. E., 1 Merchants Row 
■Sullivan Mary E. & Co., 56 Center 

MUSIC TEACHERS. 

Brehmer Philip H., (also tuner), 97 Grove (see page 30) 

Brehmer Lonis P., 24 N. Main 

Chatter ton S. Howard Mrs., 32 Washington 

Davis Jessie A., 15 Elm 

Hamilton M. T. Mrs., 41 S. Main 

Jenness G. E. Miss, 38 Washington 

Mietzke Geo. A., 38 Grove 

Stewart G. W. Mrs., 8 Elm 

Tatrean E. A. Miss, 13 Davis 

Wheeler M. J. Miss, 49 Kendall ave. 

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MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 

Grow Frank M., 25 Merchants Row (sec inside back cover) 
Merriam E. N., 15 Merchants Row (see page 201) 
McOIni'C M. A., 6 Merchants Row 

NAIL WORKS. 

Harris Bl'f'g Co., Furnace st. (see colored page) 

NEWSPAPERS. 

The Daily and Weekly Herald, office Merchants Row (see 

page 52) 
The Rutland Evening Telegram, published every evening. A 

weekly and Sunday edition is also issued by the Review 

Company, 50 Center (see page 50) 

NEWS DEPOTS. 

Chalmers Geo. E., 30 Merchants Row 

Spanlding John P., 9 Merchants Row (see page lOii) 

Stillson Frank A., in Union depot 

NURSES. 

Chamberlin E. Mrs., 72 West 
Newton Almira, 9 Ross, West Rutland 
Squier Clara J., 12 Woodstock ave. , 
Strong Lorain W., 6 Crescent 
Strong Mary, 6 Crescent 

ONYX WORKS. 
Reynolds Guy H., 18 and 20 Wales (see page 92) 

PACKING BOXES— (Manufacturer.) 
Williams S. P., 10 Baxter (see page 66) 

WHITING'S FINE STATIONERY, For Fashionable Correspoidence. 

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It is Noted Jor its Careful Management. 

PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS. 

Bates A. C. & Son, 46 and 48 Center (see colored page) 

Clifford T. A., 23 Center (see page 62) 

Edson Henry O., 45 West (sec tjage 2) 

Harris Manufacturing Co. (see colored page) 

Kings! ey Levi G., 18 Merchants Row (see colored page) 

London W. C, Freight, cor. Evelyn (sec page 38) 

Lewis E. C, 2 Merchants Row 

PAPER HANGINGS. 

The Tnt tie Co., 11 and 13 Center (see bottom lines through 

book) 
Van Doom ife Tilson, 27 Merchants Row (see page 258) 
Combination Cash Store, 47 Merchants Row (see page *32) 
Met' en re & Co. 

PENSION CLAIM AGENTS. 
Forbes C. II., Berwick House (see page 100) 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Baker G. M., 7J Center 

Emery Geo. H., Merchants Row, over Lewis' drug store (see 

page 92) 
Fuller Chas. A., 1 Merchants Row (see page 34) 
Nichols Carlos W., 21£ Center (see page 44) 
Perkins A. D., 33 Center (see page 40) 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 

Allen Charles L., office over Keyes & Co.'s store 

Brown Amelia E., office 31| Merchants Row 

Oaverly Chas. S., 2 Court, cor. West 

Chase R. L., 15 Washington 

Clouthier A. Oscar, 25^ Center 

Grain M. R., office 43 Center 

Fox George H., office 2 Cottage 

Fosbnrgh Daniel, 17 Clarendon ave., West Rutland 

Gale Chas. A., (homeopathic) office 20 West 

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STATE MANAGER, UJlllU ilUfl UIWi UUij TEtlil'llONli, 

Gilchrist O. J., offico 79 Center 

Griswold S. H., office 29 West 

Grimiell Mary V., 57£ Merchants Row 

Han rah an J. D., office 38 Center and 59 S. Main 

Keeenan John C., office 12 Evelyn 

Kiime A. K, 16 Ross, West Rutland 

Mead John A., office 22 Washington, cor. Prospect 

Pond E. M., office 9 J- Center 

Putnam J. H., office 15 Washington 

Ross C. B., office 12 Main, West Rutland 

Sanborn G. R., office 14 Cottage 

Senton B. C, office 48 Wales 

Stearns Win, M., office 38 Center st., and West Rutland 

Thomson J. E., office 62 Wales 

Woodhouse Charles, office 81 Grove 



PIANOS AND ORGANS. 

Brelnner Louis P., 24 N. Main 

Grow Frank M., 25 Merchants Row (sec colored page) 

Long 11. G., agent for Wilcox & White organs and S. G. 

Chickoring and Miller pianos, 15 Merchants Row 
Kelly M. 0. & Co., 81 to 85 State 
Merriam E. N. 15 Merchants Row (see page 201) 
Wood EH 11., 22 Elm (see page 40) 

PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMES. 

Chalmers Geo. E., 30 Merchants Row 

lCnowlton & Amsden, 19$ Center (see page 84) 

Merriam E. N., 15 Merchants Row (see page 201) 

Pierce E. M., 42 Center (see page 58) 

Spanieling John P., 9 Merchants Row (see page 102) 

PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING. 

Douglass, Channel] & Chaniberlin, 50 West 

Dunn & Cramton, 14 Merchants R">w (see page 8) 

Channell Chas. E., 9 Grove 

Murphy J. B., 34 Wales 

Valimicttc Edward A., 63 West 

Wood Elbridge H., 3 West (sec page 40) 






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PLANING AND WOOD TURNING. 

Harris Manufacturing Co., (sec colored page) 
Willard L. 11., 24 Strongs ave. 

PRINTERS,' JOB AND BOOK. 

McLean Frank M., 3 Grove (see page 40) 

Pelton Printing Co., 61 Merchants Row 

The Tuttlc Co., 11 and 13 Center (see bottom lines) 

Wordcn E. D,, 7 Grove (see page 10) 

REAL ESTATE, 

Brown H. H. & Co., West Rutland 
Dorr's S. M. Sons, 24 Merchants Row 
Ed son A. B., 32 Church, cor. Williams 
Edson H. O., 49 West (see page 2) 
ILynes John R., 64 Wales 

Kellogg Bros., 3 and 4 Savings Bank block (see page 172) 
Keyes, E. D,, Evelyn, opp. depot 

Kingsley N. P., (Iowa real estate) Baxter Bank building 
Picrpoint Evelyn, 29 Center 
Proctor Red field, Proctor village 
Howell II. C, 45 Grove 
Verdcr II. L., 12 Prospect 

Weeks Newman (also R. R. ticket agent), room 1, Putnam <fe 
Sawyer's block (see page 80) 

RUBBER STAMPS— (Manufacturer.) 
Adams Geo. W., 11 West (sec page 24) 

SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS.' 

Chaffee F. & Son, 148 West 

Edson Henry O., 45 West, (see page 2) 

Harris Manufacturing Co., Furnace st. (sec colored page) 

Noyes H. F., 33 State (see page 54) 

White D. M. Lumber Co., Strongs ave. (see page 24) 

BLANK BOOKS at Very Low Prices. 

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Harris Maim fact living Co., Furnace at. (sec colored page) 
Russell Geo. L., Mill village 

SCALE MANUFACTURERS. 

Howe Scale Co., Strongs avc., junction of R. & B. and Rut- 
land railroads (see outside front cover) 

SEWING MACHINES. 

Buckmaii G. D. Mrs. (White's), 6 Maple 
<Kelly M. O. & Co., 81 to 85 State 
Merriam E. N., agent, The Domestic ( see page 201) 
Singer M'f'g Co., W. W. Vaughan agent, 2 Church (see 
pngc 48) 

SHIRT MANUFACTURERS. 

Merriam E. N., (custom work), 15 Merchants Row (see 

page 201) 
Rutland Shirt Co., 43 River 
Tim, Wallerstein & Co., 2 Willow (see page 70) 

STONE CUTTING MACHINERY. 

Harris Manufacturing Co., Furnace st. (see colored page) 
Lincoln Iron Works, 102 West (see colored page) 
Mansfield & Stimson, Union street 

Rutland Foundry and Machine Shop Co., (sec colored page) 
Steam Stone Cutter Co., 100 West (sec colored page) 

STOVES, TINWARE AND HOOFING. 

Ohannell Chas. E., 9 Grove 

Douglas, Channcll & Chambcrlin, 56 West 

Dunn & Cramton, 12 and 14 Merchants Row (see page 8) 

Murphy John 13., 34 Wides 

Vermont Marble Co., Center Rutland 

Watkins R. H., 3 Main, West Rutland (see page 96) 

Wood E. H., 2 West, cor. Main (see page 40) 

Patronize Home Industry syrSs&ST Le:we your 

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MENT POLICIES. 

TEA AND COFFEE STORES. 

Chapman J". T. J. & Co., Grove, cor. West (see page 30) 
Union Pacific Tea Co., 5 Merchants Row (see page 86) 

TELEGRAPH OFFICES. 

Commercial Union Telegraph Co., E. E. Nichols, manager, 

Center, cor. Wales 
Western Union Telegraph Co., T. D. Shaw, manager, office 

south end of Union depot 

TELEPHONE OFFICES. 

N. E. Telephone Co., R. 1>. Beats, manager, office Herald 
building, and E. II. White, manager, West Rutland 

TOBACCONISTS AND CIGAR MANUFACTURERS. 

Abraham A. II., 3 Center 
Abraham Lewis, 9 Center 

UNDERTAKERS. 

Campbell Charles II., 70 Marble, West Rutland 
Clifford Stephen C, 10 Evelyn (see page 102) 
Kingslcy L. G., 18 Merchants Row (see colored page) 
Stearns J. W., 9 Wcrchants Row (sec page 88) 

UPHOLSTERERS. 

Mefzgcr William, 27 Evelyn (see page 00) 

Stafford Win. C, 24 Jackson avc. 

Stearns A. R., 13 Grove 

Steams J. W., 9 Merchants Row (sec page 88) 

Townsend Charles G., 44 Center (see page 6) 

Watkins J. V., h. 54 West, cor. Grove 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 

Farnsworth Geo. H., office 22 Center, residence 27 West (see 

page 48) 
Weir Kobt, 24 Center (see page 48) 



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ST4TB MANAflEE, JUlllil Uli ±J 11IU. UU,, TELEPBOKB. 

WATCHES, JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE. 

Clifford T. A., 23 Center (sec page 02) 

Haseall Geo. M., 16 Main, West Rutland (see page 90} 

Hubbard Levi F., 27 Merchants Row 

Marshall Bros., 17 Merchants Row (sec page 4) 

Van Doom *fc Tilson, (silverware only) (see page 258) 

Wheeler F. H., 25 Merchants Row (see page 72) 

White Erwin, 17 Center (see page 20) 

White El win 1L, 6 Main, West Rutland (see page 60) 



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THE OLD CORNER STORE. 
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MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



RUTLAND TOWN OFFICERS. 

Moderator — Thomas C. Robbins. 

Town Clerk — Charles B. Mann. 

Town Treasurer — Charles Clark. 

Selectmen— L. G. Kingsley, John S. Barrett, Geo. T. Chaf- 
fee, Chas. P. Harris, M. L. Thomas. 

Grand Jurors — P. M. Mcldon, T. W. Moloney, J. C. 
Jones. 

Listers — J. A. Merrill, D. L. Morgan, H. E. Colburn, N. 
A. Bailey, Byron K. Houston. 

Constable and Collector — Walter A. Clark. 

Trustee of Public .Money — Geo. K. Montgomery. 

Auditors — Richard Ryan, Justus R. I load ley, J. N. Wood- 
fin. 

Town Agent — Henry F. Field. 

Justices of the Peace — Wayne Bailey, A. Bachaitnd, Leon 
G. Bagley, F. M. Butler, Geo. T. Chaffee, H. E. Colburn, 
Edgar Davis, John Donnelly, M. Dueharme, Jos. O Jones, 
John McCuirk, D- L. Morgan, John B. Moore, A. Robillard, 
Newma'i Weeks. 

RUTLAND VILLACE OFFICERS. 

Rutland incorporated as a village^ Nov. 15M, 1847. 

TRUSTEES. 

1st Ward — George P. Russell, 5th Ward — J. W. Stearns, 

2d Ward— James Clark, tith Ward — A. D. Slack, 

3d Ward — Daniel Br u ten, 1th Ward — E. R. Green, 

Uh Ward—R. O. Carpenter, %th Ward— 3. W. Brislin. 

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President of Board — John W, Cram ton. 
Clerk— C. J^lliu^ /?. hut^»^ 
Street Commissioner— J 'olni D. Ellsworth. 
Water Commissioners — "W. C. Landon, N, L. Davis, J. M. 
Davis. 

Village Attorney- — P. R. Kendall. 

Collector — Johu-B. Moore. 

Auditors — Ceo. K. Montgomery, 0. W. Mussey. 

Health Officer— Dr. C. A. Gale. 

Treasurer — Charles Clark. 

Chief of Fire Department — K. K. II annum. 

Chief of Police — M. Hnssey. 

WEST RUTLAND TOWN OFFICERS 

FOE 1889. 

Town Clerk — Mrs. E. R. Copps. 

Town Treasurer — II. II. Brown. 

Selectmen — W. K. Sheldon, Michael Kennedy, M. W. Can- 
non. 

Overseer of the Poor — Patrick Kcveney. 

'Grand Jurors — J. C. Gillespie, Frank Lafrenier. 

Listers— J. C. Gillespie, J. II. Mead, W. A. Thrall, 

Constable and Collector --Michael McLaughlin. 

Trustee of Public Money — F. A. Morse. 

Town Agent — II . A. Smith. 

Auditors — Daniel McCarthy, R. W. Se^er, D. I). Hewitt. 

Member of Board of Education — Carl V. Robs. 

Justices of the Peace — Geo. Brown, M. W. Cannon, J. A 
Carmody, T. Conklin, Rojrer Dwycr, M. Dully, Daniel Fos- 
hnrg, J. D. Gallagher, J. C. Gillespie, A. A. Kidder, D 
O'Rourke, W. W.'Wheeler. 

PROCTOR TOWN OFFICERS 

FOR 1889. 

Town Clerk — F. C. Partridge. 

Selectmen — Bernard Mc Garry, F. D. Proctor, H. I. Rey- 
nolds. 

Treasurer — H. E. Spencer. 

CEILING DECORATIONS A SPECIALTY, IN PAPER, LlrJCRUSTA 

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Overseer of the Poor — II. 11. Blakely. 

1st Constable — II. C. Bloomer. 

2d Constable — Henry Donnelly. 

Listers — Myron Warner, E. J. Boyee, H. S. Gibus. 

Auditors — E. P. Butler, F. L. Bi^clow, R. L. Richmond. 

Trustee of Public Money — B. F. Taylor. 

Fence Viewers — Jas. W. Gibhs, J. D. ..Andrews, W. E. 
Ilighee. 

Grand Jurors-~F. C. Partridge, S. W. Mead. 

Inspector of Leather — Chas. E. Harris. 

Pound Keeper — F. J. Donahue. 

Surveyor of Wood, Inspector of Lumber and S /tingles — 
Myron C. Warner. 

Agent to Prosecute and Defend Suits--^N\S\. Smith, Jr. 

Member of County Board of Education — F. D. Proctor. 

Justices of the Peace — D. D. Burditt, II. C. Bloomer, J. 
E. Carey, Isaac Cole, S. W. Mead, O. Ulriekson. 

OFFICERS OF THE VILLAGE OF PROCTOR 

FOB 1889. 

Presiden t — F . D. Proctor 

Clerk — John Matthews. 

Treasurer — II. E. Spencer. 

Collector — II. (1 Bloomer. 

Auditors — P. F. Bresnaham, E. P. Butler, R. C. Creer. 

Fire Wardens — F. J. Donahue, James O'Rourke, Win. 
Randall. 

Trustees — B. F. Taylor, P. F. Bresnaham, E. J. Boyee. 

School Committee — F. C. Partridge, R. McGregor, F. L. 
Bigelow. 

RUTLAND COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Hon. H. Henry Powers, Chief Judge; Hon. John Howe, 
Hon. Austin S. Baker, Assistant Judges. 

OFFICEES.OF THE COURT. 

Henry II. Smith, Clerk; Daniel P. Peahody, Sheriff'; 
Edward Dana, State's Attorney ; Thomas C. Robbing, Dep- 
uty Clerk; E. S. Colton, High Jiailiff; Henry F. Field, 

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STATE MANAGER, *H*JM* • u11 u U'Ui UUi, ■TEIJBPBOKE. 

County Treasurer ; W. H. Smith, D. N. Haynesj </<^ 
Commissioners ; Ella M. Ballon, Cow?*!; Reporter. M. II. 
Diekerman, East Wallingford ; Enos C. Fish, Jr., West Rut- 
land ; P. D. Gr is wold, Oastleton ; Luther P. Howe, Dan by ; 
N. S. Stearns, Rutland ; John E.Gregory, Praetor; E. S, 
WMtaker, Rutland ; John II. Policy, ¥mi Haven ; Thos. A. 
Richardson, Brandon, Deputy Sheriffs ; B. Frisbie, Nichols 
M. Powers, D. E. Nicholson, County Road Commissioners. 

COURTS. 

PRORATE COURT OF DISTRICT OF KUTLAND. 

Thos. C. Rohhins, Judge. Wayne Bailey, Register. 

Offiee in Court House. 
Court days every Tuesday. Insolvency Court every Wed- 
nesday. 

MUNICIPAL COURT OF THE VILLAGE OF RUTLAND. 

F. M. Butler, Judge. J. C. Jones, Clerk. 

Office, Village Hall. 

U. S. PENSION EXAMINING BOARD. 

Meet at Dr. Hanrahan's office, 38 Center street, every 
Wednesday at 10 a. m. Dr. J. D, Hanndian, President; Dr. 
C. B. Ross, Dr. C. L. Allen. " 

BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

TEUM 
NAMES. BXriKliH. 

Edward L. Temple (EresU) 1 890 

Chas. W. Mnsscy (Sec'y) 1890 

P. R. Kendall (Treas) 1892 

Edfion P. Gilson 1891 

Edwin L. Foster 1891 

Geo. J. Ward well 1S92 

Charles H. Granger 1882 

Roekwood Barrett 1890 

Geo. W. Perry 1890 

RUTLAND GRADED SCHOOL DISTRICT, 

Clerk — Geo. K. Montgomery. Collector — John B. Moore. 
Treasurer— Chas. Clark. Auditor — G. K. Montgomery. 

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NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Leon G. Bagley, Joel C. Baker, Geo. R. Bottnm, James 
Brown, S. E. Burn ham, F. M. Butler, Chas. Clark, R, 11. 
Clark, Walter A. Clark, A. G. Coolidge, Omeron H. Coed 
irlge, Edward Dana, Fred A. Field, Henry F. Field, Wm. M. 
Field, Enos C. Fish, (West Rutland), I. H. Francisco, M. J. 
Francisco, E. P. Gilson, Chas. II. Granger, Dan K. Hall, O. 
F. Harrison, D. N. Haynes, Chas. L. Howe, Homer L. Hong, 
Joseph C. Jones, Newton Kellogg, Samuel D. Kellogg, P. 11. 
Kendall, Geo. E. Lawrence, J. E. Mauley, (West Rutland), 
Chas. B. Mann, B. W. Marshall, E. G. Mason, J. H. Mclntyre, 
F. E. McLaughlin. R. R. Mead, P. M. Meldon, Thos.W. 
Moloney, Geo. K. Montgomery, E. B. Moore, J. E. Morison, 
O. W. Mussey, J. W. Norton, C. Parmenter, D. P. Peabody, 

F. C. Partridge, (Proctor), Geo. W. Ross, Evelyn Pierpoint, 
Thos. C. Robbins, Willis M. Ross, F. L. Slack, E. T. Smith, 
Wni. Smith, Jr., J. D. Spell man, F. G. Swinington, N. S. 
Stearns, E, L. Temple, A. II. Tnttle, Newman Weeks, L. R. 
Whiteomb, L. M. Young. 

RUTLAND FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

CAief Engineer~K. K. Han num. 
First Assistant Engineer — W. F. Eddy. 
Second Assistant Engineer — E. J". Brut en. 

FIRE WARDENS. 

E. H. Wood Ward 1 

Thos. Brohan Ward 2 

G. II. Martin Ward 3 

Daniel Chittenden Ward 4 

Charles A. Rowell Ward 5 

C. E. Channel! Ward 6 

D. C. Pierce Ward 7 

Timothy Murphy Ward g 

Nickwackett Engine Co. No. 1. — Foreman, A. Austin ; 
1st Assistant Foreman, J. H. Douglass; 2d Assistant Fore- 
man, Joe Lareau ; Clerk, Chas. E. Moody; Treasurer, Ed w. 
La ream 

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Washington Hose and Steamer Co. No. 2. — Foreman, 
W, O. Glcason ; 1st: Assistant, E. L. Reynolds ; 2d Assistant, 
H. E. Yarrington ; Clerk, G. P. Russell ; Treasurer, E. R. 
Green. 

J. W. Cramton Hose Co. No. 4.— Foreman, J. R. Bates ; 
1st Assistant, 0. F. Bixby ; 2d Assistant, C. W. Pennington ; 
Clerk, M. J. Coats; Treasurer, E. E. Crawford. 

H. H. Baxter Hose Co. No. 5. — Foreman, G. W. Dnnton; 
1st Assistant, Geo. W, Staley ; 2d Assistant, Jas. Humphrey ; 
Clerk, Edward Barber ; Treasurer, L. E. Davis. 

J. A. Sheldon Hose Co. No. 6. — Foreman, W. B. Young; 
1st Assistant, S. J. Lalor^ 2d Assistant, J. E. Creed ; Clerk, 
W. E. Sweeney ; Treasure]', W. J. Con! in. 

J". D. Uanrahan Hose Co. Mo. 7.- — Foreman, P. A. Ca- 
ten ; 1st Assistant, G. H. Martin ; 2d Assistant, M. P. 
Welch; Clerk, E. J. Burke ; Treasurer, 0. O. Cocklin. 

J. B-. Reynolds Hose No. No. 8. — Foreman, Charles Bacon; 
1st Assistant, Fred A. H viand ; 2d Assistant, Will E. Moyni- 
han ; Clerk, Will C. Coleman ; Treasurer, Everett W. Dexter. 

Union Hook and Ladder Co. No. 8. — FWeman, E. J. 
Burns ; 1st Assistant, N. C. Baker ; 2d Assistant, T. F. Ryan ; 
Clerk, T. J. Lillis ; Treasurer, D. J. Haley. 

RUNNING CARD. 

Companies will answer calls from boxes as follows : 

No. 1..23— 26— 32— 34— 42— 43— 45— 47— 53. 
No. 2. .14— 18— 19— 37— 42— 43— 45— 47— 53— 61. 
No. 4. .16— 18—19— 37— 42— 43— 45— 47— 53— 61. 



No. 5. .14—15—16—18—42—43—45—47—53. 

No. 6..2S— 26— 32— 34— 42— 43— 45— 47. 

fSf . 7. ,U_15_19— 37^2— 43— 45— 47— 53— 61. 

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in quick succession, followed by repeating the Box Call, the 
same to be given by the Whistle. When this alarm is given 
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RELEASE SIGNAL. 

After an alarm, three blows on the Bell followed by 
three blasts of the Whistle, will indicate that the fire is out or 
under control, and no more assistance will be needed. 

When an alarm is given all members of the different 
companies will go to their houses the same as if their box was 
called, and there wait until the release signal is given. 



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Corner Williams and Church sts. Keys at A. H. Fanner's, 

A. B. Edson's and N. A. Bailey's. 
Fine street, at L. G. Kingsley's. Keys at L. G. Kings- 
ley's, D. L. Morgan's and G. M. Baker's. 
Corner Maple and Grove streets. Keys at S, M. Will- 
son's, James Everson's and J. A. Barney's. 
Corner Fine and State streets. Keys at E. R. Green's, J. 

H. Mclntyre's and C. H. Pratt's. 
Corner of Forest and West streets. Keys at McManus', 

Lincoln Iron Works and Wright Pratt's. 
Corner West street and Lincoln avenue. Keys at Mrs. 

Everts', C. L. Long's and M, P. Kingsley's. 
Corner Main street and Woodstock avenue. Keys at Dr. 

Allen's, J. B. Harris' and G. P. Russell's. 
Corner Nickwackett and Center streets. Keys at Ed. 

Fenn's, Post Office and E. C. Tuttle's. 
Main street, head of Madison. Keys at Brock House, T. 

C. Bobbins' and Gershom Cheney's. 
37 Corner Prospect and Madison streets. Keys at Willard's 

machine shop, W. F. Eddy's, Cheney Bros.' store and 

ftL B. Haney's. 
42 Corner Washington street and Merchants Row. Keys at 

Bardwell House, Telephone Office and Bunker's 

Office, depot. 
Corner West and Edson streets. Keys at Spanlding & 

Phelps' stable, Shirt Factory, Central House and W. 

E. Ross'. 
Corner Wales and Center streets. Keys at Berwick House 

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47 Corner Center street and Merchants Row. Keys at Herald 
Office, Barker's Stable, Bates House and F. H. 
Chapman's. 

53 On Gas House. Keys at (Jas Co.'s Office, Farmers' Hotel, 
Harris Manufacturing Co. and Car Shop. 

61 Corner Forest street and Convent avenue. Keys at Ed 
■ Ly ston's, C. H. Matthews' and Wm, Bragg's. 

LOCATION OF HYDRANTS. 

Post Holly Hydrant, jnnetiou Woodstock avenue and East 

Street. 
Post Matthews Hydrant, corner of East and Terrill. 

,f Washington cxte'n. 
" Green. 
Main and Washington 
Washington and Nickwackett. 
Nickwackett and Center. 
Pleasant and Washington. 

" Madison. 

Washington and Court. 
Court and Center. 

" West. 
Washington and Prospect. 
Prospect and Madison. 
Washington and Wales. 
Wales and Center. 

Willow. 
Willow and Edson. 
River, west side of trade. 

<; and Forest. 
Forest and Mechanic. 

" Union. 

Union and Furnace. 
West and Grove. 
Grove and Spring. 
«' Williams. 
" Maple. 
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" Park Ave. 

" Spring and Pine. 

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" " " Maple and Pine. 

" " one on Merchants Row between Center 

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" " one on corner of Washington and 

Strongs avenue. 
three on Merchants Row between Cen- 
ter and West, 
one on Center between Merchants Row 

and Wales. 
one at junction of Merchants Row and 

Evelyn, 
one at West, 208 feet west of Church. 
" 118 feet east of Lincoln. 
" Church, 167 feet south of Wil- 
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MASONIC DIRECTORY. 

K1LL1NGT0N CJOMMANDERY NO. 6, K. T. 

Eminent Commander — J. 0. Temple. 
Generalissimo — E. Y. Ross. 
Captain General— ^W. H. Schryvcr. 
Prelate— J. R. Hoadley. 
Senior Warden — James Everson. 
Junior Warden— I. L. Streeter, 
Recorder and Treasurer — 0. Chirk. 
Standard Bearer — F. S. Wetherhed. 
Sword Bearer — I. W. Kelley. 
Warder — W. P. Jones. 
Captain 1st Guard — E. W. Shaw. 
Captain c 2d Guard — -S. T. Braley. 
Captain 3d Guard — B. K. Houston. 
Commissary and Sentinel — 0. E. Campbell. 
Trustee — L. G. Kingsley. 

Regular conclave third Tuesday of each month at 7:30 
o'clock. 

DAVENPORT CHAPTER NO. 17, 11. A. M. 

M. E. High Priest— -W. S. Terrill. 

King — James Everson. 

Scribe — Samuel T. Braley. 

Treasurer — D. M. White. 

Secretary — J. R. Hoadley. 

Captain of the J lost — A. J. Hasselton. 

Principal Sojourner — Chas. M. Gleason. 

Royal Arch Captain — Chas. L. Robinson, 

Master of Third Veil — Irwin L. Streeter. 

Master of Second Veil — Ed. W, Shaw. 

Master of Eirst Veil — John W. Ross. 

Chaplain — Charles E. Ross. 

Tyler — Charles E. Campbell. 

Regular convocation, second Monday in each month. 

DAVENPORT COUNCIL NO. 12, R. & S. M. 

T /. Master— Chas. A. Gale. 

Deputy Master — Geo. D, Babbitt. 

Principal Conductor of the Work — W". H. Schryver. 

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Treasure?' — J. E. Thomson. 
Recorder — S. II . Kellogg. 
Steward — F. II. Chapman. 
Sentinel — C. E. Campbell. 
Meets first Monday in each month 



CENTER LODGE No. 34, F. & A. M. 

Worshipful Master — J. R. Hoadley. 
Senior Warden — S. T. Braley. 
Junior Warden — E. S. H olden. 
Treasurer — N. A. Bailey. 
Secretary — F. P. Robinson. 
Senior Deacon — C. F. Bixby. 
Junior Deacon— C. E. Nonree. 
Chaplain — Daniel C bitten den. 
Marshal — ; T. C. Bobbins. 
Senior Steward- — -J. H. Adair. 
Junior Steward — W. W. Pratt. 
Tyler— -Geo. Willis. 

Regular communication first Thursday of each month. 

RUTLAND LODGE No. 7!), F. & A. M. 

Worshipful Master — Win. A, II ill. 
Senior Warden — -John Ford. 
Junior Warden — Edward J.. Reynolds. 
Treasurer — D. M. White. 
Secretary — Geo. E. Chalmers. 
Senior Deacon — H. J. M. Gates. 
Junior Deacon — D. M. Crafts. 
Chaplain — Chas. P. Harris. 
Marshal — Moses Ford. 
Senior Steward- — E. W. Shaw. 
Junior Steward — F. L. Clark. 
Organist — T. A. Leonard. 
Tyler— C. E. Campbell. 

Regular communication first Wednesday of each month. 

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HIRAM LODGE No. 101, F. & A. M.. WEST RUTLAND. 

Worshipful Master— Mm A. Thrall. 
Senior Warden — Frank M. Hewett. 
Junior- Warden — G. M. Douglass. 
Treasurer- — Oscar D. Young. 
Secretary — William M. Stearns. 
Senior Z)eacon—-Glu\&. F. Stafford. 
Junior Deacon — Josiah Seamona. 
Chaplain- — Hiram A. Smith. 
Marshal — 11. G. Sheldon. 
Senior Steward — D. 1). Hewitt. 
Junior Steward— Herbert Freeman. 
Tyler — 0. E. Snow. 
Regular communication first Monday in each month. 

ST. PAUL'S LODGE No. 25, F. & A. M., BRANDON. 

Worshipful Master — Walter F. Scott. 
Senior Warden — Edwin F. Preston. 
Junior Warden — Ed. D. Thayer. 

Treasurer — James Knapp. 
Secretary — R. F. Kidder. 
Senior Deacon — G. H. Churchill. 
Junior Deacon — R. II. Johnson. 

Chaplain — J. En gels. 

Stewards — L. S. Gates, J. 0. Phillips. 

Tyler— R. J. < Jarlide. 
Regular communication first Wednesday of each month. 

LEE LODGE No. 80, F. & A. M,, CASTLE TON. 

Worshipful Master — E. II. Armstrong. 
Senior Warden— B. F. Graves. 
Junior Warden — C. C. Far well. 
Treasurer — F. L. Reed. 
Secretary— A. L. Ransom. 
Senior Deacon — G. A. Roberts. 
Junior Deacon — W. E. Kinnie. 
Chaplain— W . C. Moulton. 
Marshal— T. P. Smith. 
Senior Steward — S. G. Bassctt. 

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Junior Steward- — -E. Colbnrn. 
Tyler— E. L. Cobb. 

Regular communication on or before the full moon of 
each month. 

EUREKA LODGE No. 75, F. & A. M., FAIR HAVEN. 

Worshipful Master — Frank E, Allen. 
Senior Warden — Edward Snell. 
Junior Warden — E. G. Roberts. 
Treasurer — W. A. Smith. 
Secretary — Ira R. Allen. 
Senior Deacon — D. R. Williams. 
Junior Deacon — E. R. Hughes. 
Chaplain — LeRoy S. Griffin. 
Marshal — S. Allen, 
Senior Steward — W. C. Smith. 
Junio r Steward — (d c ceased . ) 
Tyler — John J. Owen. 
Regular communication first Wednesday of each month. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. 

KILLING TON LODGE, No. SO. 

If. £.— H. C. Farrar. 
V. G. — Louis Y. Green. 
Permanent Sec. — M. W. Fan*. 
Recording Sec- — Joseph Webster. 
Treas. — Frank Mellow. 

Trustees— 3. C. Temple, L G. Baglcy, F. W. Gary. 
Meets every Monday, Odd Fellows' hall, Billings' block. 

OTTER CREEK ENCAMPMENT, No. 7. 

C. P.—G. Parm enter. 
II. P. — James Mason. 
S. IF.— D. W. Clement. 
J. IF.— M. W. Farr. 
Scribe.— J. G. Felt. 
Treasurer — Louis V. Green. 

Trustees— -F. W. Gould, F. M. Warner, N. Weeks. 
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Captain — Louis V. Green. 
Lieutenant — F. M. Warner. 
Ensign — W. II . Slierburri. 
Clerk— F. C. Houghton. 
Accountant — las. G. Full. 
Regular cantonments the 3d Friday of the month at Odd 
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KNIGHTS OF LABOR. 

Rutland Assembly No. 51G0. — Meets Thursday evenings. 
Judge Harrington Assembly No. 8012. — Meets Monday 
evenings. 

Garrison Assembly -No. 608. — Meets Tuesday evenings. 

MISCELLANEOUS ORGANIZATIONS. 

Vermont Lodge No. 1, Knights of Pythias.— P. C, A. 
G. Bowen ; C. C, A. S. Phillips ; V. &, F. W. Maxham ; 
Prelate, J. B. Needham ; K. of R. (& 8., J. B. Moore ; M. 
ofF.—M. P. Kingsley; M. of F, E. B. Jacobs. 

Endowment Hank, Section 581, K. of P. — President, S. 
T. Braley ; Sec. and Treats., Jake Hey man. 

Roberts Post, No. 14, G. A. B. — Meets 2d and 4th Tues- 
day at. Grand Army Hall. 

Rutland Council, No. 809, Royal Aecanum. — Regent, 
Jno. S. Richardson ; Past Regent, P. K. Peck ; Vice Regent, 
Walter Newton ; Orator, J. J. Garrett; Treas., A. H. Tiit- 
tle ; Sec'y, H. C. Flynn ; Collector, J. Heyman ; Chaplain, 
P. R. Kendall ; Guide\ II. Yarrington ; Warden, C. G. 
Dorgee; Sentry, C. C. Bennett; Trustees, A. Abraham, 
O. W Stcrl, J. C. Baker. 

Rutland Lodge, No. 1281, Knights of Honor. — Dic- 
tator, C. N. Chamherlain ; Reporter, J. B. Moore ; Financial 
Reporter, N. A. Bailey ; Treasurer, Robert Stitt. Meets at 
G. A. R, hall 2d and 4th Wednesday. 

Record Books, Office Supplies, Memorandum 

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Protection Lodge, No. 2427, K. of II. Organized 1885. 
Dictator, 3. PL Mason ; Treasurer, A. H. Tuttle ; Sec'y, 
Clias. Ilercht ; Financial Sec'y, Jake Heyman. 

Royal Society of Good Fellows. Vermont Assembly 
No. 38, — Ruler, N. A. Bailey ; Secretary, 3. B. Moore ; Fi- 
nancial Secretary, Jake Heyman; Treasurer, A. H. Tuttle. 
Meets at E. A. U. hall 2d and 4tli Monday. 

Maeele City Council, American Legion of Honor. — 
Commander, Hiram A. Smith ; Vice- Commander, Charles 
Clark; Treasurer, S. M. Willson ; Collector, C. F. Bixby. 

Equitable Aid Union. — President, S. T. Braley; Secre- 
tary, C. H. Emerson ; Treasurer, Mrs. S. T. Braley. Meets 
every Tuesday evening at E. A. U, hall. 

Marble City Lodge, No. 52, I. O. G. T. — Meets every 
Saturday evening at E. A. U. hall. 

St. Petee's Hibernian Benevolent Union. — Meets in St. 
Peter's hall last Sunday in each month. 

Young Men's Catholic Union (Literary).— Meets in St. 
Peter's Hall every Wednesday evening. 

St. Patrick's Benevolent Society. — West Rutland. 

Kingsley Guards, Co. A, 1st Regiment V. N. G. — Capt. 
J. D. Dominey ; 1st Lieut, Thco. A. Davis; 2d Lieut., F. M. 
Scholl. 

Kingsley Guard Club. — Room, Putnam & Sawyer's block 
— President, W. Y. W. Ripley ; Vice-President, E. E. Craw- 
ford; Secretary, W. L. Davis; Treasurer, Theo. A. Davis, 

Rutland Fish and Game Club. — President, Charles H. 
Sheldon ; Secretary, Jesse II. Mel n tiro ; Treasurer, Guy L. 
Smith. 

Rutland Gun Club. — President, A. Kilbiim ; Sec'y and 
Treasurer, Gny L. Smith. 

Beeiimer's Orchestra. — -Opera House Orchestra, office at 
Wiiitc's jewelry store, 17 Center. 

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Rutland Cornet Band — Thos. Ran kin e, business manager. 

Gkow's Orchestra, F. M. Grow, manager, 25 Merchants 
Row. 

Rutland Fbee Library. — Memorial Hall, open from 9 a. 
m. to 5 p. m., except Sundays and Holidays, and 7 to 9 p. m. 
Wednesday and Saturday evenings. President, Mrs. J. OR. 
Dorr; Vice- President '; Mrs. H. H. Baxter; .Librarian, Miss 
J. P. Humphrey; Treasurer, Mrs. Florence B. Cramton. 

Rutland Music Festival Association. — President, E. L. 
Temple ; Secretary, F. M. Meld on ; Treasurer, C. W. Mus- 
sey ; Musical Director, Geo. A. Mietzke. 

Evergreen Cemetery. — President, Thomas C. Robbing ; 
Treasurer, W, C Landon ; Secretary, William Gilmore ; 
Superintendent, B. W. Marshall ; Trustees, George E. Royce, 
Walter C. Landon, Edgar Da?is, William Gilmore, James C. 
Dunn, B. W. Marshall, Thos. C. Rohbins. 

Rutland County Agricultural Society. — I^resident, S. 
L. Griffith ; Vice-Presidents, .Walter C Landon, S. F. Smith ; 
Treasurer, H. F. Field; Secretary, Wayne Bailey; Getfl 
Supt., A. C. Bates. Fair held the 17th, 18th and 19th of 
September, at- Rutland. 

Rutland Board of Trade. — President, P. W. Clement ; 
Vice-President, Clias. P. Harris ; Secretary, A. G. Coolidge; 
Treasurer, F. W. Gary; Auditor, W. E. Ross ; Executive 
Committee, P. W, Clement, Chas. P. Harris, A. G. Coolidge, 
F. W. Gary, W. E. Ross, W. B. Mnssey, D. L. Morgan, Geo. 
1). Babbitt, M. J. Francisco, L. G. Bagley, W. A. Patrick, 
E. C. Tut tie, L. G. Kingfley. Meets second Friday of each 
month. 

Young Men's Christian Association. — Rooms Merchants 
Row. Open week days from 9 A. m. to 9:30 p. m., and from 
4:30 to 5:30 p. M. on Sundays. President, D. G. Morgan ; 
Vice-Presidents, H. W. Spafford, W. P. Uorton, Frank 
Bruce ; Treasurer, G. K. Montgomery ; Asst. Treas., W. A. 
Clark ; Recording Sec'y, Chas. Krans ; General Secretary, 
Lucius B. Scott. _ 

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BANKS. 

BAXTER NATIONAL BANK. 
Capital $300,000. Incorporated 1870. 

President — J. W. Cramton. 
Vice-President— Hugh II. Baxter. 

Cashier — Geo. R. Bottom. 

Directors — Hugh H. Baxter, Walter C. Dun ton, John 
W, Cramton, George E. Royec, George R. Bottum, Walter 
C. Landon, James C. Dunn, E. D, Keycs, Levi G. Kingsley, 
T. J. Lyon, A. W. Hyde. 

RUTLAND SAVINGS BANK. 

Incorporated in November, 1850. Amount of deposits, 
|l,800,00O. Surplus $85,000. 

President — William M. Field. 

Vice-President — Dr. S. H. Griswold. 

Treasurer- — Newton Kellogg. 

Trustees — Wm. M. Field, Newton Kellogg, W. B. Mns- 
sey, Dr. S. H. Griswold, H. H. Smith, Geo. Briggs, Edwin 
Marti ndale. 

RUTLAND COUNTY NATIONAL BANK. 

Capital $300,000. Organized as a State Bank, 18 02 ; as a 
National Bank, 1SG5. 

President— W. Y. W. Ripley. 

Cashier — Henry F. Field. 

Directors — Wm. Y. W. Ripley, John Front, Edward H. 
Ripley, Chas. H. Sheldon, E. C. Lewis, John D. Miller, 
Henry F. Field, Henry R Dorr, W. T. Ripley. 

KILLINGTON NATIONAL BANE. 

Capital $200,000. Organized 1883. Surplus $12,000. 
President — E. F. Gilson. 
Vice-President — Hoi' ace H. Dyer. 
Cashier — Geo. K. Montgomery. 

Directors— Geo. T. Chaffee, E. F. Gilson, 11. II. Dyer, 
Geo. Willis, H. H. Smith, Wayne Bailey, John N. Woodfin. 

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CLEMENT NATIONAL BANK. 
Capital $100,000. 

President — Charles Clement. 
Vice-President — Wallace C. Clement. „ 
Cashier— E. T. Smith. 

Board of Directors — Chas. Clement, H. A. Sawyer, A. 
H. Tuttl*, P. W. Clement, John A. Mead, D. M. White, W. 



C. Clenfent, N. It. Barely, J. C. Baker, E. T. Smith 

MARBLE SAVINGS BANK OF RU1LAND. 
Organized 1883. Deposits 8500,000. Surplus $20,000. 

President — Edward II. Ripley. 

Vice-President— -E. 0. Lewis. 

Treasurer — Edward L. Temple. 

Trustees — Edward II. Ripley, Levi G. Kings! ey, F. A. 
J 'arrows, William B. Shaw, E. O. Lewis, Charles E. Ross, J. 
C. Dmm, A. F. Davis, W. C. D union, J. N. Woodfin, E. L. 
Temple. 

STATE TRUST COMPANY. 
Paid up Capital $100,000. 

P res ident — Charles Clement. 

Treasurer — E. T. Smith. 

Assistant Treasurer — O. F. Harrison. 

Board of Directors — Chas. Clement, Jo' ill A. Mead, 
Pereival W. Clement, Naluim P. Kingsley, II. O. Edson, E. 
J. Ormsbce, M.. S. CoHmrti, W. C. Clement. 

RUTLAND TRUST COMPANY. 

Incorporated 1882. Capital $100,000. (Paid in $50,000). 

Presiden t —Justin Bateheller. 

Vice-President — II . II. Dyer. 

Ireasurer — Geo. K. Montgomery, 

Directors — H. H. Dyer, Justin Bateheller, Henry *H. 
Smith, Ceo. Willis, Edson P. Gilson, George Briggs, Levi 
Rice, M. J. Francisco, Geo. T. Chaffee. 

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MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK. 
Capital $100,000. Authorized Capital $300,000. 

President — John N. Baxter. 
Vice- 1 'resident — John A. Sheldon. 

Cashier — Chas. W. Mussey. 

Directors — John N. Baxter, Charles S. Col burn, Warren 
H. Smith, Egbert C. Tattle, Evelyn Pierpoint, Henry II. 
Brown, John A. Sheldon, Nahum P. Kingsley, II. F. But- 
ler, Silas L. Griffith. 

CHURCHES. 

BAPTIST CHURCH. 
Center street near Court House, 

Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school at 12 
m.; prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30 o'clock r. m. Young 
people's meeting (Covenant Band) Tuesday at 7:30 v. m. 

Pastor- — Rev. Chas. A. Reese. 

Deacons— John Murray, Luther Angier, Eri W. Horner, 
Berrj. W. Marshall, D. M. White. 

Trustees of Society — Henry Rust, Henry Tnrrill, E. C. 
Tattle. 

Clerk' of Society — E. H. Webster. 

Treasurer of Society — Henry O. Edson. 

Auditor — D. M. White. 

Collector— Walter A. Clark. 

S. S, Supt.—J. E. Tilson. 

Asst. 8, S. Supt.—~ Walter It. Kinsman. 

Organist — C. A. Johnson. 

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. 
Court street near Post Office. 
Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7 v. m. Prayer meetings 
Thursday evening at 7:30. 

Pastor — Rev. Geo. W. Phillips. 

Deacons — Henry F. Field, John A. Sheldon, Rockwool 
Barrett, S. W. Curtis', D. G. Morgan, D. J. Mereure, Geo. K. 
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Prudential Committee — M. E. Merrill, Ohas. E. Camp- 
bell, H. A. Sawyer, Fred A. Field, John W. Ross, Milo Ly- 
man, J, C. Temple, J. W. Norton, B. F. Farmer. 

8. S. Supt— Henry F. Field. 

Asst, Supt. — Ceo. K. Montgomery. 

Supt. Primary DepL— Mrs. John B. Page. 

Treasurer of Society — -J, E. M orison. 

Collector of Society — Earle D, Wiclcliain. 

Organist — Philip II. Brehmca. 

T&INITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 
Corner of West and Church streets. 

Services at 10:45 a. m. Sunday school immediately after 
morning services. Evening service at 7:30 in winter and 5:30 
in summer. 

Rector— Boy. Wm. B. Buckingham. 

Veatryinm— Chas. Clement, Geo. R. Bottum, Col. W. 
G. Veazey, L. G. Kingsley, "W T . F. Lewis, Geo. E. Graves, H. 
-H. Baxter, O. Woostcr, E. P. Gil son, 

Wardens— Gims. Clement, Geo. R. Bottnm. ' 

Treasurer— .John N. Woodfin. 

Secretary — Orlando Wooster. 

Organist — C. "V". H. Coan. 

ST. PETER'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. 

Convent Avenue corner of Meadow street. 

Mass at 8 and 10:30 a. m.; vespers at 4 p. m 
Pastor—Rov. T. J. Gaffney. 

SACRED HEART OF MARY, (FRENCH CATHOLIC CHURCH). 
Lincoln Avenue. 

Mass 8:30 and 10:30 a. m.; vespers at 4 p. m. 
Pastor — Rev. N. Proulx. 



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METHODIST CHURCH. 
n. West street. 

Services at 10:45 a. m. Praise service at 6 p. m. and 1 
p, m. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30, in tbe 
chapel. Young people's C. E. S. Monday evenings. 

Pastor — Rev. D. R. Lowell. 

Stewards— L. F. Southard, D, L. Morgan, F. W. Shedd, 
S. P. Curtis, J. Todd, Geo. C. Thrall, H. S. Howe, C. W. 
Nichols, H. K. Lord, H. S. Mills, E. W. Morgan, Geo. Ellis, 
E. D. Poronto. 

Chorister — N. C. Dye. 

S. S. Supt.—W. B.'Clauson. 

Asst. Supt. — £. W. Morgan. 

ST. PAUL UNIVERSALIST CHURCH. 
46 West street. 

Sunday services at 10:45 a. m. and 7 p.- at 

Pastor — Rev. Q. 11. Shinn. 

S. S. Supt.—R. C. Farrar. 

Chorister — Frederick Gay. 

President — "V. S. Fulham. 

Secretary — L. B. Folsom. 

Treasurer — Frederick Gay. 

Trustees— George J. Wardwell, Alfred P. Fuller, Chas. 
A. Gale, William A. Patrick, Lucius B. Folsom, Volney S. 
Fulham, Milo E. Eastman, Frederick Gay, Benjamin Billings. 

GRACE CHURCH (EPISCOPAL), WEST RUTLAND. 

Services 10:45 a. m. "and 7 p. m. Sunday school after 
morning service. 

Recto r — J u d al l Dana. 

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, WEST RUTLAND. 

Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Prayer meeting Thurs- 
day evenings. 

Pastor — Rev. J. W. Bailey. 

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ST. BRIDGET'S CATHOLIC CHURCH, WEST RUTLAND*. 

Pagfor— Rev. Chas. O'Reilly. 

Mass at 10:30 a. m.; vespers at 4 p. m. 

SACRED HEART OF JESUS, (FRENCH CATHOLIC), W. RUTLAND. 

Mass at 8:30 and 10:30 a. if. 
Hector — Rev. N. Proulx, 

BAPTIST CHURCH, WEST RUTLAND, 

(No regular pastor.) 

Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. 

METHODIST CHURCH, WEST RUTLAND. 

.Pastor — Rev. J. H. Bond. 
Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. 

ST. DOMINICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH, PROCTOR VILLAGE. 

Pastor— Rev. P. J. Barrett, 

Mass every Sunday. Low mass one Sunday at 8:30 a. m. 
The next Sunday at 10:30 o'clock. Vespers and benediction 
every other Snnday at p. m. 

UNION CHAPEL, PROCTOR VILLAGE. 
(No regular pastor,) 

SWEDISH CHURCH SOCIETY, PROCTOR. 
Sunday services at 10:30 a.m. ' 

INCORPORATED COMPANIES. 

Atlas Guarantee Co., organized 1882. — Chas. L. Howe, 
Pres.; A. G. Coolidge, Vice-Pres.; Goo. E. Pelton, Secre- 
tary ; A. S. Lovett, Treat. 

Baedillo Marble Manufacturing Co. — Gemral~M.an- 
ager, A, J. Dunton. 

Columbian Marble Co. — Manager and Treasurer, Rock- 
wood Barrett; Superintendent, M, R. Dunton. 

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Evergreen Qewrtkuy.— President, Thomas C. Robbins ; 
Treasurer, W. C. Landon ; Secretary, William Gilmore ; 
Superintendent, B. W. Marshall ; Trustees, (ieorge E. Royce, 
Walter C, Landon, Edgsir Davis, William Gilmore, James C. 
Dunn, B. W. Marshall, Thos. C. Robbins. 

Howe Scale Co. — John A. Mead, President ; J. W. 
Cramton, Vice-President ; J. W. Norton, Treasurer; W. 
R. Page, General Agent. 

Lincoln Ieon Works. — President, John N. Wood fin ; 
Treasurer, R. Barrett ; Superintendent, W. A. Patrick. 

Moseley & Stoddard Manufacturing Co.- — President, 
E. P. Gilson ; Vice-President, Geo. T. Chaffee ; Secretary, 
Cyras Gates ; Treasurer and Superintendent, M. O. Stod- 
dard, 

New England Fire Insurance Co. — Organized for busi- 
ness March 30, 1881, \yith a capital stock of £125,000. 
President, L, W. Redington ; Vice-President, J. A. Mead ; 
Secretary, J. R. Hoadley ; Treasurer, H. O. Edson. 

Paragon Marble Co., Proctor — President, Geo. M. Fill" 
ler; Treasurer, F. C. Partridge. 

Pelton Printing Co. — Walter E. Pelton, President ; 
Geo. E. Pelton, Treasurer and Manager. 

People's Gas Light Co. — Incorporated March 28, 1867 ; 
Capital, $70,000. President, Wm. B. Mussey ; Clerk and 
Treasurer, Geo. R. Bottum ; Superintendent, N. C. Dye ; 
Directors, S. M. Willson, John W, Cramton, John N. Baxter, 
John A. Sheldon, E. D. Keyes, W. B. Mussey. 

Review Company, Publishers. — Incorporated 1883. Pres- 
ident, Charles Sheldon; Vice-President, J. A. Sheldon; 
Treasurer, Benj. W. Marshall; Clerk, Will K. Sheldon. 

Rutland Ceacxkr Co. — President, C. A. Thompson ; 
Secretary and Treasurer, II. E. Tuttle. 

Rutland Electric Light Co.— President, M, J. Fran- 
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Rutland Foundry and Maohine Siror Co. and Har- 
ris Manufacturing Co. — (Consolidated). (Organized 1862). 
Capital, $125,000. — President, Joel B. Harris ; Vice-Presi- 
dent, A. B. Harris of Springfield, Mass.; Treasurer, Charles 
P. Harris. 

Rutland Herald and Globe Association.— President, 
Fereival W. Clement ; Treasurer, Edward T. Smith. 

Rutland Railroad Co., Office in Union Depot. — Presi- 
dent, Fereival W. Clement ; Treasurer, Edward T. Smith. 

Rutland Street .Railway Co. — President, J. N. Wood- 
fin ; Treasurer, M. Quinn ^ Secretary, F, A. Field; Super- 
intendent, M. MeKeogh ; Directors, M. Quint), A. H. Tnttle, 
M. MeKeogh, H. C. Tnttle, T. J. Lyon, J. N. Woodfin, J. C. 
Raker, J. A. Sheldon, J. W. Cramton, Office, 60 State. 

Sheldon Marble Co. — Chas, Sheldon, President; Chas. 
H. Sheldon, Vice-President; John A. Sheldon, Treasurer; 
Wm. K. Sheldon, Secretary and Manager. 

Standard Marble Co.— J. E. Manley, Supt.; "West Rut- 
land , 

Steam Stone Cutter Co. (Incorporated 1865.) — President, 
John W. Cramton ; Treasure?!, Geo. E. Roycc ; Secretary, 
Geo. B. Royee ; Superintendent, Geo. J. Ward well. 

The Tuttle Co. (Incorporated 1884.) — President, H. C. 
Tuttle ; Sec'y and Treas., Egbert C. Tuttle. 

True Blue Marble Co. — /Resident, J. W. Cramton ; 
Treasurer, Geo. E. Royee ; Secretary, Geo. B. Royee ; Di- 
rectors, J. W. Cramton, Geo. E. Royee, B. F. Pollard, Geo. 
B. Royee, J. C. Dunn", Don C. Pollard, Frank Huntress. 

Valido Marble Co, — President, J. G. Johnson ; Treas., 
W. H. Johnson. 

Vermont Marble Co. — President, Redfield Proctor ; Su- 
perintendent, F. D. Proctor. 

Vermont School Seat Co. (65 West.)> — Managers, Rock- 
wood Barrett and Albert Landon. 



Wedding Stationery, ?Sg2ffig?£P I 
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HE TITTLE CO.'S. 






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OF" 



BRANDON, CASTLETON AND FAIR HAVEN. 



Academies. 

STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, 
A. E. Leavenworth, Princi- 
pal. {See adv. ) Castleton 

Apothecaries. 

CROSSMAN G. A. (See adv.) 
Brandon 

Manchester & Spoon er " 

Armstrong & Spooner 

Castleton 

Green Bros. Fair Haven 

Mead Merritt T. 

Smith Clark " 

Carriage Manufac- 
turers. 

Briggs Henry D. Brandon 

Chaplau A. " 

llanley Rob't Castleton 

Hill Ezra Fair Haven 

Martineau J. C. " 

Clothing, Hats, Caps, 
&c. 

Ives A. J. Brandon 

Meacham 0. " 

Bardy, Babbitt & Co. 

Fair Haven 
Jacobs E. '* 



Coal and Wood Dealers 

Briggs F. E. Brandon 

1). & II. Canal Co. Castleton 
Reed C. & Son Fair Haven 
Campbell J as. " 

Claim and Pension At- 
torneys. 

FORBES C. H. (See adv.) 

Brandon 

Country Stores. 

i (In which is kept a full line of 
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots 
and Shoes, Notions, &c.) 



I). 



Brandon 



C. 



Nutting W 
Smith A, F. 
Guernsey Wm 
Ransom A. L. 
Bolger Bros. 
Baker & Roberts 
Adams & Powell 
Hughes J. T. & B 
Humphrey & Macombcr 

Fair Haven 
Lloyd R. E. & Son 
Reynolds Harvey N. " 
Redfield & Co. 



Castleton 

(Hydeville) 
Fair Haven 

a 

R. " 



PRINTING *$£$S2£F* 

CS^THK LOWEST POSSXBLB PKICE,_£g{ 



THE TUTTLE CO., 

11 nnil lit l!«;ji St! St. 



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320 BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF BRANDON, 



CASTLETON AND FAIR HAVEN. 



321 



TAKE an ^ETNA Endowment. 



Dentists. 

Tlndsftn F. W. Brandon 

Wright W. H. 

Gutterson Geo. L. Fair Haven 
Morehouse 0. H. " 

Smith Clark 

Dry and Fancy Coods. 

Bacon Bros. Brandon 

Thayer E. D. " 

Guernsey W, C. Castleton 

Hansom A. L, (( 

Furniture Dealers. 

Hill H. II. Brandon 

Parish and Serviss " 

Peck Oren A. Fair Haven 

Groceries and Provi- 
sions. 

Graves J. E. & Co. Brandon 

Kiugsley A. E, & Co. lc 

McCollom C. B. " 

Rogers F. L. " 

Knights J. L. 

Ross C. H. & Co. 

Savery 0. E. 

Smith A. F. 

Preston Bros. 

Proctor C. S. 

Radigan M. W. 



Cook C. E. 
Adams & Powell 
Lloyd R. E. & Sen 
Matey M. & P. 
McGuirc Thos. 
Peck Josiah 
Ryan J. M. 
Shepard F. H. 
Baker & Roberta. Mai a 



Castleton 
a 

Hydeville 

Fair Haven 



Hardware, Iron and 
Steel. 

Briggs 0, Brandon 

Button Frank R. " 

Stafford & Phelps « 

Guernsey W: 0. Castleton 

Reed F. L, « 

Pitkin & Brother Fair 'Haven 

Harness and Saddles. 

Briggs Henry D. Brandon 

Putnam D. R. " 

Rolfe G. H. 

Burt C. L, Castleton 

Foy J. H. Fair Haven 

Herri ngton Albert B. " 

Hotels. 

Brandon House Brandon 

Douglass House " 

Bixby House (M, J. Bixby.) 

Castleton 
BOMOSEEN HOUSE, Cas- 

ton (see adv) 
Russell House Hydeville 

Park View House Fair Haven 
Jones W. I j. " 

Lawyers. 

Harrison Henry 0, Brandon \ 
Marsh Edward S. 
Ormsbee & Briggs " 

Bromley & Clark Castleton 
Howe John fi 

Fuller Geo. M. Fair Haven 
Howard Walter E, " 
Preston Wm. H. > ' 

Lumber Dealers. 

Gipson Henry M. Brandon 
Hydeville Slate Go. Castleton 
Reed C. & Son Fair Haven 
Willard Asell 



The Largest Variety of Plans. 






ARNOLD'S, STAFFORD'S, CARTER'S and other INKS 
Copy Bo^ t| Pre f ^.Mn^e l6 g &9 _ lS§g TUTT LE CO. 



Marble Workers. 

(See also Quarriera.) 
Brandon Italian Marble Co. 

Brandon 
Goodell Stephen L. 
Johnson Robert " 

Welch Richard " 

Dorset Marble Co. 

(Hydeville) Castleton 

Draper H. II. Fair Haven 

Fair Haven- Marble and 

Marblei zed Slate Co. „" 
VALIDO MARBLE CO. 

Geo. A. Leonard See'y 

Fair Haven 
Warner Jacob " 

Meat Markets. 

Cahee J. L. Brandon 

Hewitt H 

Sumner Geo. H. " 

Potter E. A. Castleton 

Pearson Robert Fair Haven 

Mack & Root 

Ranney Bros. " 

Machinery Manufac- 
turers. 

Shortsleeve D. & Co. Brandon 
Maynard 0. T. & Co. 

Fair Haven 

Merchant Tailors. 

Ives A. J. Brandon 

Palmer E. A. 

Cobb N. L. Castleton 

Bardy, Babbitt & Co. 

Fair Haven 
Jones E. W, 



Newspapers. 

The Brandon Union Brandon 
Vermont Baptist " 

Fair Haven Era Fair Haven 
Rutland Co. Record " 

Photographers. 

REYNOLDS E. E. 
(See adv.) Fair Haven 

Physicians. 

Dyer 01m G. Brandon 

Gee 0. A. L( 

Peck C. W. 
Preston E. A. 
Smith E. A. 
Tobias J. J. 
Woodward A. T. 
Flanders F. L Castleton 

Nichols Charles " 

Roberts G. A. (horn.) " 
SANFORD JAMES 
Carpenter C. H. Fair Haven 
Lape Rush more " 

Morehouse W. H, 
Murray A. S. (bom.) " 
Reilly James II. " 

Roberts E. G. 
Wakefield Thomas E. " 

Quarriers. 

Bardillo Marble Co. Brandon 
Brandon Italian Marble Co. 

Brandon 
Corona Marble Co. " 

Goodell Stephen L. (marble) 

Brandon 
Mutual Marble Co. " 

Neshobe Marble Co. (marble) 

Brandon 
Peck L. B. & Co. (marble) 

Brandon 






Largest Printing, Binding and Stationery House in the State 

THE TUTTLE COMPANY. 

(40) 



322 BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF BRANDOjST, 



G. F. NORTH, 

STATE MAN.4-GEH, 



ITMLIISmCO,^ilS«, 




Thayer & Simonds (marble) 

Brandon 
Williams & Johnson " 
Blue Slate Co. Castleton 

Jones John (slatu) " 

Uoberts & Co. (slate) 
BILLINGS SLATE AXD 
MARBLE CO., J. H. 
Wiswell, supt. (See adv.) 
(Ilydeville) Castle ton 

Bolger Bros, (slate) (Hyde- 

ville.) Castleton 

Litchfield N. A. (slate) 

(Ilydeville) Castleton 

HANGER R. (slate) (see 

adv.) (Ilydeville) Castleton 
Ilydeville Slate Co. (Hyde- 

ville) Castleton 

Delahanty & O'Dea(mantels) 

(Ilydeville) Castleton 

WISWBLL JAMES H. 
(roofing slate) (See adv.) 
(Ilydeville) Castleton. 

Lake Shore Slate Co. '■ 
Vfc. Soapstone Pencil Co, " 
Allen S. Fair Haven 

Conlman & Weseott 

Fair Haven 
Evans E. J. & Co. 
Fair Haven Marble and Mar- 
blei/ed Slate Co. (slate) 
Fair Haven 
Hampton Falls Slate Co. 

Fair Haven 
Hazard Slate Co., " 

Jones B. F. & Co. (slate)" 
Jones R. 0. " 

Lewis Benj.& Co. (slate)" 
Lloyd E, E. « 

Lloyd William E. (slate)" 
Lloyd Richard E. (slate)" 
Owens E. W. & Co. " 
Riverside Slate Co. " 
Roberts, Pierce & Co. (slate) 
Fair Haven 



Snowden Slate Co., E. 

D. Jones, agent Fair Raven 
The Scotch Hill Slate Works 

Fair Haven 
VALIDO MARBLE CO. 

(See adv.) Fair Haven 

Valley Slate Co. (roofing) 

Fair Haven 
Vt. Union Slate Co. " 

Slate Goods Manu- 
facturers. -^ 

Jones John Castleton 

BILLINGS SLATE and 
MARBLE CO. (See 
adv.) (ilydeville) 

Bolger Bros. (Ilydeville) 

Blue Slate Co. (Hyde- 
v'ille). 

Cook 0. E. 

HANGER R. (mantel) 
(see adv.) (Ilydeville) 

Ilydeville Slate Co. 
(Ilydeville) 

Lake Bomoseen Slate 
Co. (Ilydeville) 

Lake Shore Slate Co. 

West Castleton 

Litchfield N. A. (Ilyde- 
ville) " Castleton 

WIS WELL J. H. (roof- 
ing, red, green, pur- 
ple, etc.) ( Ilydeville) 
(see adv.) " 

Allen 8. Fair Haven 

Bonville A. (lamp bases) 

Fair Haven 

Conlman & Weseott " 

Evans E. J. & Co. " 

Fair Haven Marble and 
Marbleized Slate Co. 

Fair Haven 

Fox J. C. & Co. 

Hazard Slate Co. " 



BLANK 



Ru%9^^i^t^1^^^|pP^ 



CASTLETON AND FAIR HAVEN. 



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jEtna Endowments, Free From Taxation. 



Lloyd William E. 

(roofing) Fair Haven 

Lloyd & Jones (roofing) " 
Riverside Slate Co. " 
Snowden Slate Co. " 
The Scotch Hill Slate 

Works 
Valley Slate Co. (roofing) 

Fair Haven 
Vt Union Slate Co. " 
Williams D. R. 



Slate Roofers and 

Roofing. 

Curtis A. R. (Ilydeville) 

Castleton 
HANGER R. (Sec adv.) 

(Ilydeville) 
Lndden Charles R. (Hyde- 
vine) 
Litchfield, N. A. (Hydcville) 
Castleton 



WISWELL JAMES H. 
(See adv.) (Ilydeville) 

Castloton 
Lloyd William E. Fair Haven 

Stoves and Tin Ware. 

Briggs C. W. Brandon 
Stafford & Phelps 

Reed F. L. Castleton 

Pitkin & Bro. Fair Haven 

Undertakers. 

Hill II. H. Brundon 

Parish & Serviss " 

Guernsey W. C. Castleton 

Peck Oren A. Fair Haven 

Watches and Jewelry. 

Olmstead Geo. W. Brandon 

Sexton & Briggs " 

Preston Bros. Castleton 

Parker Wilbur F. Fair Haven 

Stoiuert " 



A FULL LINE OF BLAM BOOKS. 



IF 'YOU WISH TO PURCHASE JK rSTETW 

LEDGER, DAY BOOK, CASH BOOK OR BILL BOOK, 

We can sell you ono, and are prepared with prices to suit the times. 

Address Books, Bankers' Cases, Indexes, Invoice Books, 

Flap Memorandums, Hotel Registers, Copying Books, 

Order Books, Pass Books, PoGket Ledgers, Notes, 

Drafts and Receipts, Rent Receipts, Shipping , 

Receipts, Etc., Etc. 

Iu fact everything connected with (.he Blank Book line. Our stock 
syifiiliK for itself, and we should be pleased to have you call and examine 
the same or write us for prices. 

THIE TUTTLE COJVCFA.HST^-, 



TTLE CO- 



ii and 13 Center Street, 



RUTLAND,. VT. 



Index to Advertisements, 



Acme Paper Co 130 

Adams G. W. .. 24 

Aitchison & Connor.. , ... 2 

Albany Hygeia Co 104 

Albany Perforated Wrap- 

ping Paper Co 132 

Alexander Samuel U 74 

Arnold L. Scott 58 

Art. Lith. Pub. Co 140 

Austin Joseph 88 

Hardy & Babbitt 40 

Baker J . C fig 

Barber E. D 68 

Bardillo Marble Co.', col- 
ored page. 

Bard well House 26 

Barker C . E 64 

Barnes House 70 

Bates House 22 

Bates A. C. & Son, col- 
ored page. 
Bates House Livery, col- 
ored page. 
Baxter National Bank... 12 
Bennington & But. R. R. 56 
Billings Slate & Mar. Co. a 150 

Billings & Son * 41 

Birnie Paper Co 138 

Bomoseen House 327 

Boorum & Pease 108 

Bourne M. A 42 

Bourne Paper Co 138 

Brchmer Phil. H 30 

Brock House 269 

Brown M. U. .. 74 

Burrell D. H. & Co 140 

Butler & Moloney 78 



Campbell Chas. II 96 

Carter, Binsmore & Co., 

colored page. 
Carter's Type Writer Pa- 
pers . no 

Castleton Normal School, 
colored page. 

Central House. 327 

Chalmers Geo. E., colored 

page. 
Channel I C. B., colored 
page. 

Chappell & Burke 28 

Chatter ton J. II 80 

Clark Bros 20 

Clifford S. C 102 

Clifford T. A ,.. 62 

Columbian Marble Co 36 

Col ton's Select Flavors, 

colored page. 
Combination Cash Store, . 32 

Commercial House 72 

Cottrel & Leonard, col- 
ored page. 

Courselle A. J 60 

Cram ton & Paige 44 

Crossman Geo. A 100 

Curtis Samuel P., colored 

page. 
Cushmau Bros. & Co. . 



116 

88 
26 



Dalrymple H. A .. ... 
Danforth W. E........ 

Davis & Bryant 3G 

Davis & Gay 101 

Davis' Steam Laundry.. . . 6 

Den i son Mfg. Co 132 

Dolan W.J 4 



Marble City Wilting Pap. ffir ffi 

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Priced . Manufac- 

TUTTLE GO. 









THE RUTLAKD DIRECTORY. 



3-25 



Save Money and Insure in The ^Etna Life. 



D. & H. Co. (The), col- 
. ored page. 

Dorr's S. M.Sons 38 

Huffy & Clifford 94 

Duffy John ' 68 

Duffy & Lenieux 90 

Dunkiee B. F 16 

Dunn & Cramton 8 

Eagle Pencil Co 130 

Edson A. B 64 

Edson Henry O : . . . 2 

Ellis the Tailor,, 82 

Emery G. H 92 

Engrem E. M 94 

Esperanza Quarry and 

Mills 42 

Evcrson & Co 140 

Everett Art Rooms. 148 

Farmers' Hotel 20 

Farmer, Little & Co 128 

Famsworth G. H . . . 48 

Faulkner M. L 18 

Fish A. & F 294 

Forbes C. H 100 

Puller Chas. A 34 

Gary & Hoag 141 

Olobe Hotel.". 54 

Gomez J. J 26 

Gosselin E., manager 58 

Gossclin & Poulin 30 

Grant J. H 42 

Graves Geo. E 6 

( ! renier John 98 

Grow's Music Booms, in- 
side back cover ... .... 

Grow's Orchestra 80 

Hanger's Slate Works. . . 150 | 
Harris Mfg. Co., colored 

page. i 

Hasbrouck W. II... .... 110 

Haseall Geo. M 96 

Hawkins It. F., colored 

page. 

Hewitt CD 74 



Herald & Globe Associa- 
tion , 52 

Higgins & Hyde 84 

Hoag & Clauson 1 63 

Holland M... 98 

Houghton Frank C 165 

Howe & Coolnlge 86 

Howe Scale Co., front cov- 
er. 

Hulilmn Bros . 70 

Isaacs Leon & Co.. ...... 126 

Kellogg Bros 172 

Kellogg's Market 28 

Kelly \V. F 294 

Kennedy E. D 84 

Keyes E. D. & Co., col- 
ored page. 

Kllburn A 86 

Kilbnrn J. B. & Co 66 

Kinsman W. R 146 

Knight Silas 78 

Knowlton & Amsden 84 

Koch Sons & Co 124 

Koltinski J. A 88 

Landon W. C 38 

Lane W. I> 16 

Lang Mfg. Co 148 

Laporto J ohn 48 

Laventure Ceo. II lil 

Lincoln Iron Works, col- 
ored page. 

Lincoln J. H 72 

Lord H. K 64 

Lothrop D. Company 136 

Lovell Frank F. & Co., 

colored page. 
Marble Savings Bank..,. 12 

Marshall Bros 4 

McGnirk J. F 64 

McLean F. M 40 

Meldon P. M 'AM 

Merchants Nat. Bank. ... 14 
Mercure & Co. , colored 
page. 



HALF A MILLION ENVELOPES 



Always on Sr 

THE TU1VE CO, 



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THE RUTLAND DIRECTORY. 



G. F. NORTH, 

STATE MANAGER, 



ffl LIFEIMO. AKE» 



Merriam E. ST 201 

MeiTiam, G. & C. & Co.. . 112 

Metzger ffm , fjrj 

Milton Bradley Co 114 

Miner L. F. ,' 74 

Minotto Shade Clo. Co... 122 

Morgan D. L £04 

Morgan Envelope Co. ... . .114 

Morse F. A . . . . . 90 

Morrison & Hal stead ii 

Moscley & Stoddard Mfg. 

Co 48 

Mound & Schell 206 

Mullin Michael 86 

Mussey W. B 208 

New England Dye Works, 68 
New England Fire Ins. Co. 
inside front cover. 

Nichols C. W 44 

Nichols the Grocer 36 

North Star Tea Co 30 

North G. F, top lines. 

Noyes II. F 54 

Parker & Thrall 90 

Parmenter C. 216 

People's Line of Steamers, 
colored page, 

Perkins A. I> 40 

Phelps, Dalton & Co 120 

Pierce E. M 58 

Post J. E 32 

Preble J. Q. & Co 106 

Pulsifer, Jordan & Pfaff. . 118 
Qnackenbush & Co., col- 
ored page. 
Rand, McNally & Co.... 138 

Rankine T 94 

Rarmey Bros 98 ! 

Rawson A. A. Mrs 54 

Reynolds, Artist 98 

Reynolds Guy II 92 

Richardson Geo 58 

Richardson H, W 146 

Ri die's Orchestra 4 



Rochester Clothing Co. . . 62 

Ross Chas. E .... 6 

Ross Geo. W . 2G 

Ross Warren B 76 

Rutland Creamery 34 

Rutland Cracker Co 142 

Rutland Herald. 52 

Rutland Even'g Telegram 50 
Rutland Savings Bank. . . 14 

Sehwarz Louis 68 

Sheldon Marble Co., back 
cover. 

Sheridan Martin B 44 

Simpson James... 28 

Singer Mfg. Co 48 

Smith & Austin. 102 

Smith & Wilder 18 

Smith W. S. & Co 80 

Spaulding & Phelps, col- 
ored page. 

Snaulding John P 102 

Staunton G. W 10 

Steam Stone Cutter Co., 
colored page. 

Stearns J. W 88 

Sterns Paper Co. 112 

Stewart & Co 118 

Stone D. ■• 78 

Stock well Bros., colored 

page. 
Sullivan Mary E. & Co., 327 

Thomas & Fox 70 

Tim, Wallerstein & Co. . . 76 

Townsend Chas. G 6 

True Blue Marble Co., 

back cover. 

Tattle, Fred G 255 

Tattle Co. (The), bottom 

lines through book. 

Tyler E. B. & Co 90 

Union Custom Laundry. . 84 

Union House 86 

Union Pacific Tea Co 86 



Wood Mouldings for Rooms m- IRnfflp 



Bo, 




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The Insurance for Tonne Men—The ^Etna Life. 





98 




96 


Valiquettc E. A., colored 




White Erwin 


20 


page. 




White Ehvin II.. 


60 




258 


White D. M. Lumber Co. 


24 


Vfc. State Normal School, 






134 


colored page. 






Ha 


WatkinsR. 11-,. 


96 


Williams S. P 


66 




80 




54 




18 




150 


Whalen C. W. ? colored 






40 


page. 


1 


Worden E. D 


16 


Wheeler Bros... 


150 




9G 


Wheeler F. H. 


7i 







Central House, 

JULIUS SEAMANS, Prop. 

Nee. 51 and 53 West St., RUTLAND, VT. 

Centrally located a. few rods from the Depot. Particularly convenient for 
business men and the traveling public generally. 



Good Stabling. 



Good Accommodations. 



Terms Moderate. 



MISS MARY E. SULLIVAN 

Has the largest stock of 

TO BE FOUND IS THE CITY. 

LATEST STYLES and LOW PRICES. 

PiMisomi] attention given to orders. Trimmed Hats and Bonnets a specialty. 

Hichardson's new block, opposite Berwick House, Center St. 



^BOMOSEEN * HOUSED 

A. N. W. SMITH, Proprietor. 

Transient, t Family t and * Summer* Hotel. 

FIRST GLASS LATER GONNEBTED WITH THE HOUSE. 

CASTLETOK, - - VERMONT. 



I 



^%#»j*fi 



[iMCOKPOKATED.] 

MANUFACTURERS, IMPORTERS, 

WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEAI.RSS JN 



m. 



■U 4* 



iy» .i*t, r ^fc., li. r .^ '^ "2S X u J. 2 i ii j£ i. 



Paper Bags, Twine, Wrapping Paper, Wall 

Paper, and Curtains, Wooden 

Ware, Notions, &c. 



ALSO -- 



Dm. 



liters ad Blank Book Manufacturers 



TWO MAMMOTH STORES 

Crowded with goods which we offer to the public at prices below compe- 
tition. 



--**-. 



^»*>- 



HOLIDAY GOODS IN THEIR SEASON. 



-&« 



Quotations and estimates cheerfully given to anyone wishing to paper the 

walls or ceiling of a house, or nny portion thereof, and samples 

sent by mail wln-n so requested. The public arc cordially 

invited to inspect our stock at any time. Goods 

cheerfully shown and prices given. 

REMEMBER OUR ?IM OP BUSINESS, 

tl and 13 Center Street, -o - „ .RUTLAND, VT. 
Rutland Directory 1889-1890 



Annual Sales 6,564,000 Bottles. 




CARTER, DINSMORE & CO., 

MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS, 

PROPBIETORS OF 

Carter's Writing Fluids, Indelible Inks, Mucilages, Liquid 

Glue and Laundry Blueing. 
BOSTON. NEW YORK CHICAGO. LONDON, 

The Rutland Book Store! 



A carefully selected stock of Standard and Miscellaneous Books at Popu- 
lar Prices. 
Books in fine bindings and fine Illustrated Gift Books, Juvenile Books, 
Toy Books, Family, Teachers' and Pocket Bibles, Photograph 
and Autograph Albums in New Bindings. 

FASHIONABLE STATIONERY. 

Visiting and Address Cards Printed or Engraved to order. Etchings, Steel 
Engravings, Pastels, Artotype and Indotint Engravings. 

Parlor and Table Easels, School Books and School Supplies, News Depot 
and Subscription Agency, A complete Line of Artists' Materials, 

GEO. E_ CHALMERS, 

30 Merchants Bow, - BUTLAND, VT. 

(Next to Clement Bank Building.) 

SAMUEL P. CURTIS, 

WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL D SALES IN 

floue, g-zraxtnt, meal, feed, 

Baled Hay, s^p^T—Sl^ Jt^jill IsSETrS^r-Sli Grass Seed, 



Lime, Cement, 




Marble Dust, 
etc., etc. 



Cumberland, Lehigh and Lackawanna Coal. 

28 Evelyn Street. - BUTLAND, VT 



Cotrell & Leonard, 



TfHOLKSAL» AND KKTAir, 



Hatters and Fimieis, 

Nos, 472 &. 474 Broadway, between Maiden Lane and State St, 
ALBANY, N. Y. 




ALBANY 

FOR 

BUNLAP'S 
NEW YORK 



LADIES' 



DE ESS FURS, 



SEALSKIN 



MINK 



DOLMANS 



SACQUES- 



t'HOICE STYLES OF SPRING AND SUMMER WRAPS AND TRAVEL- 
ING CLOAKS. MEN'S FOR AND FUR LINKD COATS 



-piiosr TUB- 



OIO?"^ OIF 1 PARIS. 

'1 he most complete Hat and Fur Store in the United States. Orders by 
mail carefully executed. 



E^'One moment's walk from the Railway Depots.. 
Edoak Cotrell. Daniel Leonard, Edgak C. Leonard. 

Rutland Directory 1889-1890 






^C©« E, CBAllSt SX£ifet~ 



— DEALER IN — 



Stoves, * Furnaces, * Ranges, 

HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, 




TIN, SHEET IRON AND OQppEB 
•WARE, ETC. 



-jW : C'.--j Plumbing, Gas and Water Piping Roof- 
ina, Jobbing, etc. 



9 Grove St., 



RTJTLANTj, VT. 



STEAM HEATING A SPECIALTY. 

Agent for the J, F. Pease Wrought Iron 

Furnace and Steam Heater combined. 

Also" agent for the Garland oil 

Stove, Bay State, Jewett, and • 

West Shore Ranges, also 

Wrought and Cast Iron Furnaces, 

ELECTRIC BELL.S OF ALL KIMds, 



ABATES HOUSE LIVERY,* 

SPATJLDING & PHELPS, Proprietors. 

Livery, Feed and Sales Stable, 

4 and 6 Willow St., - RUTLAND, VT. 
(Rear of Rates House.) 



Everything is Nqw and in 
Good Order. 



TELEPHONE CONNECTION. 

Parties in want of a good Turnout, either for business or pleasure 
should call at the Bates House Livery Stables, where they will find g00 d 
Turnouts of every description, and at Reasonable Pricesi 







**E. A. YALIQUETTE.** 

PRACTICAL PLUMBER, 

Steam and Gas Fitter. 



— DEALER IN — 

IEON and LEAD 

PIPE, 

BATH TUBS, 

Water Closets, 

PUMPS, 
Brass Goods, 

ETC. ETC. 

6j West Street, 




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Mitchell, Van oe & Oo.'s 
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GAS FIXTURES. 

— ACtliNT FOB — 

THE FLORIDA 

Steam Heater. 

RUTLAND, VT. 






Bardillo Marble Mfg. Co., 



— i'ROQIJCKRS AMD WHOLESALE DtfALfiftS IN- 



Blocfcs® Sawed jnaitile. 

turned and Finished Ifiork of all Kindg, 

FOE THE TRADE ONLY. 



Quarry and Mill, 

BRANDON, VT. 



Office arid Steam Finishing Works, 
No. 133 West Street. 



A. J. DUNTOM, General Manager. 
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fjy Or on arrival of Trains from the North, East and West, .jga 

Leave New York for Albany 

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FROM PIER 41, NORTH RIVER, FOOT OP CANAL ST. 

Connecting at Albany nejet morning, except Sundays, with trains for the North, 
East and West. 

WE TICKET AND CHECK BAGGAGE TO ALL POINTS SOUTH. 

Ocean Grove, Coney Island, Long Branch, Newark, Treruon, Philadelphia, Wil- 
mington, Baltimore, '.Vashinirton, Richmond, Charleston, &c. 

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VERMONT STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, 

CABTLBTON, 

ABEL E. LEAVENWORTH, A.M., Proprietor. 

Miss LOUISA M. LEAVENWORTH, Associate. 



IBO-A-SIS OS" 233TSTE3T7C:TOKS- 



PRIHCIPAL. 

ABEL E. LEAVENWORTH, A. M. 
Algebra, Constitutions, Psychology, Peda- 
gogy ,' 

ASSISTANTS. 

ABIGAIL E. LEONARD. 

Arithmetic, Physiology, Sciences, General 
History, Literature. 



LUCY WELLS. 
Grammar, Authors, Reading, History, 
Algebra. 

ELEANOR L. MAWI.EV, 

Read i ng„ Ge og raphy . 

ANNIE F. BELL. 

Arithmetic, Grammar, Drawing.Geomelry, 

HARRIET K.FARNHAM. 
Primary Work, Bookkeeping, Mineralogy, 
Constitutions. 



T f r Ilia NORMAL SCHOOL was authorized by the General Assemhly, November 17, 
* I * 1 S«, located by the Stale Boar tt of Education February 18, 1B67, and put into 
operation January z, 1S6B Since that lime it has graduated two hundred and 
ninety-seven in the first course of study and seventy-three in the second course of study. 
A large majority of these have been employed since graduation in all gradesof schools 
and have been, with few exceptions, successful as teachers, and by their thorough work 
and widespread reputation in connection with the graduates from the Randolph and John- 
son schools, have vindicated the wisdom of the establishment of normal schools and 
secured their perpetuation by a practically unanimous vote 01 the General Assembly at 
its last session. , , , „ _ 

TWO COUBSES OF STUDY" arc adopted, as required by law. 1 hie hissr 
CaWKSB extends through two years, or four terms of twenty weeks each. 

RiiKTORicii Exbrcises, Weeklv ; Calisthenics, in connection with reading. 
THE SECOND COUUSE OF STUDY embraces one year and a half, or 
three terms of twentv weeks each. _ - 

Graduates must be seventeen years of age. Teachers of experience and persons who 
have taken a course of studv at other schools may complete the First Course in less than 
Iwo years, and the Second Course in one year. 

Graduates from the First Course receive a State License to teach in any public school 
of the State for a term of five years,- those from the Second Course receive a license for 
fen years. , . „ . ,. 

A Preparatory Department of two grades is maintained for those not prepared by age 
and attainments to enter upon the First Course A school for primary instruction is also 
maintained. The instruction is largely by topics. In each recitation the best melhodi 
will be sought and illustrated. The aim a/ the school is first, to secure the hnowlettge of 
the mfy'ectl second, to instruct in Die best methods/ 'imparting that knowledge to others; 

Over eighty free scholarships may be had by members of this school, and for the first 
time in its history the full number has this year been lilled. Appointments may be made 
from any town in the Slate. The numberof students the past year reaches two hundred 
and fifty, with an average per term of nearly two hundred, and an average per quarter of 
over one hundred and fifty. The tuition is sijc dollars per term often weeks. Bolrd is 
three dollars and fifty cents per week, two 10 occupy one room. 1 his includes oil for 
lamp, furnished room, fuel and washing of twelve pieces per week, exclusive of garments 
requiring extra lime and labor in the laundry. Hoarders will furnish their napkins, arti- 
cles for ioilet use, bed covering and pillows. One hall is set apart for self boarders, hor 
lliis purpose rooms are furnished with wood closets, cupboards, tables, chairs and bed- 
steads with straw bed. Soft water is supplied in abundance in ihis hall, and wood is 
supplied at two dollars per stove cord . Single rooms to one person , six dollars per quar- 
ter ■ two persons, tight dollars. Double rooms, twelve dollars per quarter. A reading 
table, supplied with papers and magazines, is maintained. Each pupil pays twenty-five 
cent* per term toward its maintenance. 

During the past eight years the building has been remodeled at an expense ot over 
si c thousand dollars, and it is now well furnizhed throughout for school purposes. The 
Fall term beeins on third Tuesday in August ; the Spring term, on the third Tuesday in 
February Year by year the number and average of the pupils have steadily increased, 

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The Dixly Direct Line 



TO THE GREAT 



ADIRONDACK MOUNTAINS, 



Lake George, 

Montreal, 

Saratoga, 

Sharon Springs, 

Cooperstown, 




Lake Champlain, 

Ausable Chasm, 

Round Lake, 

Howe's Cave, 



And fcbe Celebrated Gravity Railroad between Carbonctele and [Ion 
dale, Pa., the people's favorite pleasure and health resorts. 



THIi DliUWAHJ & HUDSON RAILROAD 

Runs through a region richer in scenic interest and historic association than 
any other section in America. 

2$g 01% f allmaii ling Bstwssn ^IJang aM ILisago. 

The completion of the Chateaugay Railroad from Pittsburgh to Sara- 
nac Lake makea the very heart of the ADIRONDACK MOUNT/AIM 
region accessible by direct rail communication. 



The Shortest and. Most Comfortable route between 
HEW YORK and MONTREAL. 



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IRON WORKS, 

Successor^ 1«, HOtVK, STOHB & 1IAHKIS aud HAItlSIS & IUWKINS. 

Works Established 1840. 




Howe Truss, Pin and Link, Riveted Lattice and Solid Plate Girder 

ABRIDGES.* 

Draw Bridges, Turn Tables, Bolts, Forgings, Railroad Progs and Switches. 

STEAM BOILERS, 

Tanks and all Riveted Work, Iron and Brass Castings, 
Building Fronts, etc. 

MACHINE AND BLACKSMITH WOEK TO OKDEE. 

Office, 200 Liberty St., SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 






B. P. HAWKINS, 

Proprietor, 



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SiipcrJnlendcut. 



E. II. J KN HI NUN, 
Engineer. 



Albany, N. Y. 



BRANCH SHOPS, ST. ALBANS, VT. 



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